There are about 1,000 listed buildings in Sheffield. Of these only five are Grade I listed, and 67 are Grade II*, the rest being Grade II listed. The buildings vary from a listed facade to the largest listed building in Europe (Park Hill).

The dates given refer to the year(s) of completion.

Grade I

Building Image Date built Architect
Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet (Works) 1785–1876
Church of St. Nicholas, Bradfield c.1200–c.1500
Church of St. Mary, Ecclesfield c.1200–
Sheffield Cathedral 1430–1966
Town Hall 1897 E. W. Mountford

Grade II*

This is a complete list of all Grade II* listed buildings in Sheffield.[1]

Building Image Date built Architect
Paradise Square, Sheffield 1736–1771
Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet (Workers' Cottages, Counting House and Manager's House) 1785–1876
Church of St Thomas a Becket and remains of Beauchief Abbey 1276 or 1283 Church restored by Edward Pegge
Beauchief Hall and adjoining structures
Beehive Works 1850s/60s
Bishops' House 1554 The Blythe family
Botanical Gardens Glass House 1838 Benjamin Broomhead Taylor
Butchers Wheel 1820s-1870s
City Hall 1934 Vincent Harris
Cornish Place (East and West Ranges) 1822–1860 Built for James Dixon & Sons
Cutlers' Hall 1832 Samuel Worth and B. B. Taylor
Ecclesfield Priory c. 1273
Endcliffe Hall c. 1860 Built for Sir John Brown
Fair House Farmhouse, Low Bradfield 1630s Unknown
Globe Works 1825 Henry and William Ibbotson
Entrance Gateway to Green Lane Works 1795 & 1860 Alfred Stevens
Heritage House, Infirmary Road 1797 John Rawsthorne
King Edward VII Upper School 1838 William Flockton
Leah's Yard, Cambridge Street mid-19th century
Little Matlock Rolling Mill 1882
Loxley United Reformed Church 1787
Lyceum Theatre 1897 W. G. R. Sprague
Turret House, Sheffield Manor c. 1574
Mappin Art Gallery (now part of Weston Park Museum) 1887 Flockton & Gibbs
The Mount, Glossop Road c. 1830 William Flockton
Mount Pleasant Community Centre including former stables and coaching block 1777 John Platt
Norton Hall 1815
Oakes Park and adjoining structures 1668
Old Queen's Head c. 1475
Onesacre Hall 1630–1670 John Hawley
Park Hill Flats 1961 Jack Lynn and Ivor Smith
Portland Works
St James’ Church, Midhopestones c. 1360
St James, Norton
St John, Ranmoor 1888 Flockton & Gibbs
St Mary's Church, Bramall Lane 1830 Joseph and Robert Potter
St Mary the Virgin, Beighton
Sanderson Kayser's Darnall Works (two crucible steel shops) 1871
Sharrow Mills c. 1737
Sheffield General Cemetery (Gatehouse, Egyptian Gate and Non-Conformist Chapel) 1836 Samuel Worth
Terminal Warehouse, Victoria Quays
University of Sheffield Library and Arts Tower 1965 Gollins, Melvin, Ward & Partners
War Memorial 1925 Charles Denny Carus-Wilson
Well Meadow Street Crucible Furnace and attached buildings
Whitley Hall Hotel c. 1550s-1580s Thomas & William Parker
Wicker Arches 1848 Sir John Fowler

Grade II

Building Date built Architect
Abbeydale Picture House 1920 Dixon and Shenley
Former Adelphi Cinema 1920 William C. Fenton
Attercliffe Chapel 1629 & 1909
Banner Cross Hall 1821 Jeffry Wyattville
Banner Cross Methodist Church 1929 William John Hale
Barnes Hall 1824
Birley Old Hall and Falconry 1705
Birley Spa 1842
Botanical Gardens Bear Pit 1836
Botanical Gardens Pavilions 1836 Robert Marnock
The Britannia Inn, Attercliffe (former home of Benjamin Huntsman) 1772
Brooklyn Works mid 19th century
Broom Hall c.1498-1784
Broomhill Church (west tower and porch) 1871 W. H. Crossland
Burrowlee House 1711
Carbrook Hall Public House c1620
Carmel House (facade) 1890
Cathedral Church of St Marie 1848 Matthew Hadfield
Cementation furnace, Doncaster Street 1848 built for Daniel Doncasters steelworks
Cemetery Road Baptist Church 1839
Sheffield General Cemetery (Anglican Chapel, Registrar's House, & various monuments) 1836–1880 Samuel Worth, William Flockton, and others
Christ Church, Stannington 1830 Woodhead & Hurst
Crookes Cemetery Chapel 1908 C. and C.M. Hadfield
Crucible Theatre[2] 1971
Dial House 1802
Fulwood Hall 15th century and 1620
Fulwood Old Chapel 1729
Gell Street Pavilion 1830s
Hallfield House mid-17th century
Heeley Tramway Depot 1878
Head Post Office Building, Fitzalan Square 1893 & 1910 J. Williams
The Herdings 1675
High Storrs School 1933
Hillsborough House 1779
Hillsborough Primary School 1884 Wilson & Masters
King Edward VII Hospital, Rivelin (Now converted to apartments) 1916 W.A. Kenyon
Leader House 1770
Loxley House 1826
Monument to Thomas Wiley 1853
Moore Street electricity substation 1968 Jefferson Sheard & Partners
Mylnhurst 1883
97–117 Norfolk Street (including the Brown Bear public house) late 18th century–1875
Oakbrook House c. 1855 - 1860
Old Bank House, Hartshead 1728
Oughtibridge railway station, 1845
Our Lady & St Thomas Church 1933 M.J Gleeson
Parkhead Hall 1865 J. B. Mitchell-Withers (senior)
Revell Grange mid 18th century
Riverdale House c. 1860
Sacred Heart Church, Hillsborough 1936 C.M. Hadfield
Sheffield Castle c1270
Sheffield United Gas Light Company Offices 1875 M. E. Hadfield & Son
Shepherd Wheel c. 1780
Sir Frederick Mappin Building
St George's Church, Portobello 1825 Woodhead & Hurst
St Mary's Church, Bolsterstone 1879 John Brearley
St Matthew's Church, Carver Street 1855 Flockton & Sons
St Michael's Cemetery, Rivelin (Chapel and Walsh memorial) 1877 Messrs Hadfield and Son
St Paul's Church, Wordsworth Avenue 1959 Basil Spence
St Saviour's Church, High Green 1872 James Brooks[3]
Statue of King Edward VII, Fitzalan Square 1913 Alfred Drury
Stumperlowe Cottage 15th century
Stumperlowe Hall 1854
Sugworth Hall 16th century and later
Tapton Hall 1855 Flockton & Son
Taylor's Eye Witness[4] 1836
Tinsley Park Cemetery 1882
The Towers 1896 Flockton & Gibbs
Drama Studio, University of Sheffield 1869 C.J. Innocent
Underbank Chapel 1743
Underbank Schoolroom 1853
Upper Chapel 1700, 1848 John Frith
Victoria Hall 1908 Waddington Son & Dunkerley / William John Hale
Victoria Quays (various buildings) 1819–1900
Wadsley Parish Church 1834
Walkley Library 1905 Hemsoll & Paterson
Whirlow Hall Farm 1843
The White Building, Fitzalan Square 1908 Flockton & Gibbs

See also


  1. ^ "Listed Buildings". Sheffield City Council. Archived from the original on 24 July 2010. Retrieved 16 July 2010.
  2. ^ "City's Crucible pots listed building status". Sheffild Star.
  3. ^ Historic England. "CHURCH OF ST SAVIOUR (1286375)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 29 March 2013.
  4. ^ "Maker of quality knives, blades and kitchenware for over 150 years".