Potters Bar's historic buildings - the list in full

PUBLISHED: 09:46 28 February 2008 | UPDATED: 22:02 26 October 2009

A LIST of over 700 buildings from across Hertsmere has been drawn up to go on a register of locally important buildings. The buildings in Potters Bar can be found by clicking on this story.

A LIST of over 700 buildings from across Hertsmere has been drawn up to go on a register of locally important buildings.

The buildings in Potters Bar are:

23 and 25 Barnet Road

Potters Bar Baptist Church, Barnet Road

The Tudor House, 2 Billy Lows Lane

Air raid warden's shelter, Billy Lows Lane

Bridgefoot Lodge, Bridgefoot Lane

59, 61, 63, 65, 67, 69 Church Road

9 to 20 Cotton Road

Chestnut Tree House, Darkes Lane

69 to 111, 165 to 177 and 197 Darkes Lane

75, 77, 79, 80, 82, 84, 86, 88 to 110, 151, 157, 159, 161, 163, 165, 167 High Street

Lychgate, Mutton Lane Cemetery

War memorial, Mutton Lane Cemetery

37 Southgate Road

Morven Park House, Morven Park, The Causeway

The Lodge and Gate Piers, Morven Park House, The Causeway

Stables, Morven Park House, The Causeway

The Cottage, Morven Park Farm, The Causeway

Farm buildings at Morven Park Farm, Morven Park, The Causeway

Stormont School, The Causeway

The police station, The Causeway

St Mary's and All Saints Church, The Walk

St Mary's and All Saints Church Hall, The Walk

Mimms Hall Lodge, Warrengate Lane

3 and 4 Mimms Hall Cottages, Warrengate Lane

Bridge, Warrengate Lane

Anti-tank defences and pillbox, Potters Bar Golf Club

16, 50, 52 Bentley Heath Lane

Chestnut Cottage, Bentley Heath Lane

1 and 2 Dancers Hill Road, Kitts End

1, 2, 3 Oakgate Cottages, North Road, Kitts End

2 and 3 The Cottages, North Road, Kitts End

1, 2, 3 Strafford Cottages, Dancers Hill Road, Ganwick Corner

Hornefield, Barnet Road, Ganwick Corner

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