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Acrefield
Woolton Mount
Listed Grade II.
Pre 1840. Two storey stucco house with two storey bow window.


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Gregory's
Brewery

Gateacre Brow
Listed Grade II.
Originally Gregory's brewery and malthouse then latterly Clegg's felt factory which closed in 2003.


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Greenbank
2 Woolton Street
Listed Grade II.
Pre 1840. Brick built with stone dressing and slate roof. Formerly the Village Police Station. The prison cells at rear  are now demolished.
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Mechanics' Institution
St. Mary's Street
Listed Grade II.
Now privately owned this building has had many uses from courthouse to place of worship.

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Mere Stones
Church Road
Listed Grade II. 
Date unknown. Mere, or boundary stones, marking the division between Much Woolton (left) and Little Woolton (right).

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Much Woolton Old School
School Lane
Listed Grade II.
Date unknown. Date given on lintel of 1610 is not correct. The oldest Elementary School in Lancashire

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Riffle Lodge
Woolton Park
Listed Grade II.
Once the entrance lodge to The Rifle mansion

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Simon Peter Centre

Church Road
Listed Grade II.
Originally St. Peter's Church School it is now the Simon Peter Centre.

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Village Cross

Woolton Street
Listed Grade II.
Erected c.1350
Damaged at an unknown date it was restored in 1913 when Woolton was incorporated into Liverpool.

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Woolton Hall

Speke Road
Listed Grade I.
The building contains the finest example of Robert Adam work in the north of England.

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Woolton Library

Allerton Road
Listed Grade II. Purpose-built Methodist Chapel, the congregation moving to St. James Church when it opened in 1862.

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Woolton Redbourne Hotel

Acrefield Road
Listed Grade II. Originally called Aymestrey Court, built by Henry Tate as a wedding gift for his daughter.

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