Ipswich is an historic town with many precious features. It's not just retail parks and car parks.
Grade I Buildings
• Christchurch Mansion The Listing also includes the Ice House (GII), the wall and gates south of the Mansion (GII) and the Lodge at No.1 Soane Street (GII).
• 30 Butter Market: The Ancient House.
• Gateway to Wolsey's College (also an Ancient Monument). 1-5 College Street, the former Burton Sons & Sanders offices, of which Wolsey's Gate is an integral part (GII).
• 80 and 80A Fore Street (Isaac Lord's). The G1 buildings are the Sale Room, the Crossway and the Warehouse running down to the quay, now the main bar. The former Malt Kiln is Listed GII* and numbers 1-7 Wherry Lane are GII.
• Friars Street: Unitarian Meeting House.
• Friars/Princes Streets: Willis office building.
• 7 Northgate Street. Formerly the Royal Oak Inn, today Jackaman's Offices.
• Northgate Street: Pykenham's Gatehouse and the wall to the Ipswich & Suffolk Club.
• Church of St Margaret and the wall around the churchyard.
• 2 St Peters Street (The Sailors' Rest) The first building ‘rescued' by the Ipswich Society.
• Church of St Mary-at-Stoke. Adjacent are the cellars to Stoke Hall, Listed GII.
Grade II* Buildings
• Cliff Lane: The Margaret Catchpole public house. A Cobbold pub built in 1936 as a counter to the ‘Tolly Follies' being built at that time by Tollemache & Co. The two brewers didn't
amalgamate until 1957.
• College Street: Church of St Peter.
• Constitution Hill: ‘Woodside'.
• Dial Lane: Church of St Lawrence, Ipswich Historic Churches Trust.
• Elm Street: Church of St Mary-at-the-Elms.
• 24 Fore Street, formerly The Wheatsheaf public house, in the same style as the Ancient House in Butter Market but without the decoration.
• 56-58 Fore Street (opposite Fore Street Baths).
• 80-80A Fore Street (Isaac Lord's warehouses, see above).
• Wherry Quay: Isaac's public house & restaurant, the former Malt Kiln pub.
• 86-88 Fore Street, the former Neptune Inn.
• Cromwell Square: Church of St Nicholas.
• Gippeswyk Avenue: Gippeswyk Hall, now home to Red Rose Chain theatre.
• Key Street: Church of St Mary-at-the-Quay, soon to be opened as ‘Quay Place'.
• Key Street: The Old Custom House.
• 9 Northgate Street: Listed GII on Historic England listing. Georgian/Tudor house.
• St Clements Church Lane: Church of St Clement.
• 24 St Margarets Plain (is also 2 Soane Street): the former Pack Horse Inn.
• 56-58 St Margarets Street: the St Margarets Street frontage of the Pack Horse Inn.
• 35-39 St Margarets Street (37-39 St Margarets Street on the Historic England list at GII*); Half-timbered buildings on the corner with Great Colman Street.
• 1-9 Silent Street: the first four buildings on the north side of Silent Street, including Claude Cox's former bookshop.
• 43 Tavern Street: The Great White Horse Hotel, its bedrooms extend above 37-41 Tavern Street, Listed GII).
• Tower Street: Church of St Mary-le-Tower.
• 19 Tower Street. Note that 17 Tower Street (Church House) and 21 Tower Street are both GII.
Additionally, Blackfriars Priory, between Foundation and Fore Streets, is classified as an Ancient Monument (AM).
There are 677 Grade II Listed buildings. The highest concentration of Listed buildings is in Fore Street with two Grade I, five Grade II*, and 77 Grade II. Between 1985 and 1994 only four Listed buildings disappeared, and none have been demolished since 1995.