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This index of buildings is work in progress. As information on buildings, past & present, is added to the website we will link them from here too.

The ‘Grade II Listed’ links will take you to the official National Heritage List for England (NHLE) entry.


A

  • AbileeMain Road
  • Alpine Sunnyside
  • Albion VillasMain Road
  • Amy CottageMain Road – Nos. 25 & 26
  • Anchor HouseBritwell Drive
  • ApplegroveWest Road

B

  • Bay Tree CottageMain RoadNo. 29
  • [Beach Cafe] – demolished following cliff fallformerly Coal Store
  • Beech Close – numbers 1 to 4built by Finch & Fountain Limited c. 1977 (planning approval given 30 December 1976)
  • Bindon BottomMain Road – formerly Graybank – semi-detached property adjoining Cove House
  • [Bindon View] – The Triangle
  • Bindon VillaMain Road
  • Boat Shed CafeMain Roadat shore edge
  • Breach HouseMain Road
  • BriarsMain Road
  • Bricklesey CottageMain Road – thatched cottage – Grade II Listed
  • Brown HillWest Road
  • Bus ShelterMain Road at junction with West Road
  • Butterfly CottageMain Road

C

  • Cajun CottageMain Road
  • Castle InnMain Road
  • Cemetery Cottage Main Road
  • [Central Garage] – demolished – now site of Shirley Close housing
  • Chapel Cottage Main Road – named after the former Congregational Church that occupied part of the plot
  • Churchfield HouseWest Road
  • [Coal Store]Main Road – edge of cove – later converted to Beach Cafe & Gift Shop – subsequently demolished following cliff fall
  • Coastguard Cottages – Numbers 1 to 8Main Road – Grade II Listed – numbers 7 and 8 are owned by Lulworth Estate and let as holiday cottages
  • [Coastguard Rescue Hut] – Main Road – built 1955 – now home to Cove Fish
  • [Congregational Church] – Main Road – opened June 1869 – became United Reformed Church – closed September 1995 – since demolishedsee Chapel Cottage
  • Cove CottageMain Road – Number 38 – Grade II Listed – owned by Lulworth Estate and let as holiday cottage
  • [Cove Fish] – Main Road – where the Miller fishing family sold fresh fish until c.2019
  • Cove House Main Road – semi-detached property adjoining Bindon Bottom
  • [Cove Hotel]Main Road – now Lulworth Cove Inn
  • [Cove Inn]Main Road – now Lulworth Cove Inn
  • [Cove Restaurant] – Main Road – demolished – now site of Finley’s
  • CovewayMain Road
  • [Cromwell House Hotel]Main Road – now West Lulworth House once again

D

  • DownalongMain Road
  • [Dulverton Cottage] – demolished

E

  • Elads-NevarWest Road
  • End HouseThe Launches

F

  • Fincheswest of Church Road / West Road junction
  • Finley’sMain Road
  • Forge CottageNo. 31 – Main Road
  • Fox HouseSchool Lane
  • Fyles School Lane

G

  • [Galley Cafe] – demolished – Main Road
  • Gatton House Main Road – built in 1901 for the barrister and mountaineer Sir Claud Schuster – now Limestone Hotel
  • [Glenroy] Main Road – became the Hazard Hotel
  • Grafton HouseMain Road
  • [Graybank] – Main Road – now Bindon Bottom
  • Greenbay CottageWest Road

H

  • Halcyon CottageWest Road – formerly Women’s Institute Hall – now holiday cottage
  • Hambury BottomBritwell Drive
  • Hambury Farm
  • [Hambury Stores] – Church Road – now the Lulworth Stores
  • Hardy Cottages – Numbers 1 to 6School Lane – built c.1990 for Raglan Housing Association (planning permission granted 6 September 1989)
  • [Hazard Hotel] – Main Road
  • [Hazard Restaurant] Main Road
  • High LeaSunnyside – semi-detached property adjoining Lulcote
  • Hill ViewSunnyside
  • HillfieldSchool Lane
  • [Hillfield]School Lane – timber frame & corrugated iron bungalow demolished c. 1981
  • Hill Side House School Lane – built c.1989 (planning permission granted 23 May 1988) on plot formerly occupied by Redlands
  • Holme OakWest Road
  • Hybridge HouseThe Launches

I

  • Ivy CottageMain Road

K

  • KirkwoodThe Launches

L

  • Lanes EndSchool Lane
  • LimberlostSunnyside
  • Limestone HotelMain Road – formerly Gatton House – built in 1901 for the barrister and mountaineer Sir Claud Schuster
  • Lion Barn
  • Little Barn West Road – originally the stables / tack room for the Vicarage
  • Little BindonBindon Hill
  • LongwellsSchool Lane
  • Lulcote Sunnyside – semi-detached property adjoining High Lea
  • Lulsteedwest of Church Road / West Road junction
  • [Lulworth Beach Hotel] – Main Road – now Lulworth Lodge
  • Lulworth LodgeHotelMain Road –
  • [Lulworth Mill House] – Main Road – now Lulworth Lodge

M

  • MaryvaleWest Road
  • Melstockwest of Church Road / West Road junction
  • Moonfleet School Lane
  • [Myrtle Cottages]Main Road
  • Myrtle Tree CottageMain Road

N

  • Netherby Sunnyside

O

  • Oak Tree HouseWest Road

P

  • Poppy Bank CottageMain Road

R

  • RamornieMain Road
  • [Randall’s Stores] – Main Road – destroyed by fire in 1929 – where Shirley Close is now
  • Redcliffe Villas – Numbers 1 & 2 School Lane
  • [Redlands] – School Lane – sub-standard bungalow demolished c. 1987 – replaced by Hill Side House
  • RockdeneSunnyside

S

  • St. Margaret’s Sunnyside
  • St. Mary’s ChapelMain Road
  • St. Mary’s HouseMain Road
  • St. Patrick’s
  • Santa PaulaWest Road
  • Seabreeze Main Road
  • Seagrove Main Road
  • SeascaleMain Road
  • Shirley HotelMain Road – demolished – now site of Shirley Close housing
  • SpinnakersThe Launches
  • Spring CottageNumber 39Main RoadGrade II Listed owned by Lulworth Estate and let as holiday cottage
  • [Squash Court] derelict
  • Stair Cottage – Britwell Drive
  • Stair Hole Cottage
  • Sunnyside TerraceNumbers 1 to 4
  • [Sycamores] – now Trees

T

  • Tewkesbury OrchardMain Road
  • The Copse School Lane – plot originally rear garden of St. Patrick’s – built c.1978 (planning permission granted 24 November 1977)
  • The FellsThe Launches
  • The HeightsSunnyside
  • The Lynchesformerly The Linches – West Road
  • The NestMain Road
  • The OId BarnMain Road – former Children’s Home (c.1948-1978) – In 1800 The Old Barn was a New Barn!  It was constructed so that the monks at Binden Abbey could winter store their Autumn harvest of grain and livestock feed.  In subsequent years, ownership of The Old Barn changed many times and it has been used in many diverse ways, from being a garage at one point to being a winter store for fishermen boats.
  • The RectoryWest Road
  • The RetreatMain Road
  • The VillaThe Launches
  • TreesMain Roadformerly Sycamores
  • Tutor HouseSchool Lane

U

  • UpalongSunnyside

V

  • VarykinoSunnyside
  • Vicarage CottageWest Road
  • Vicarage LodgeWest Road
  • Vicarage Row – Numbers 1 to 4West Road
  • [Village Hall] – Main Road – opened 1909 – closed 1997 – demolished
  • Village HallChurch Road
  • [Vine Cottage – Number 46] – School Lane – demolished

W

  • Wayside The Triangle – built c.1980 (planning approval given 18 January 1980)
  • WestfieldSunnyside
  • War MemorialMain Road junction with West Road
  • Warbler ViewSchool Lane
  • Waterston CottageSchool Lane
  • WaysideThe Triangle
  • [West Lulworth Farm]
  • West Lulworth Farm – Numbers 1 to 5Farm Lane – Grade II Listed
  • West Lulworth HouseMain Road – after being known as the Cromwell House Hotel has resumed its original name
  • Wilton CottageSchool Lane
  • [Women’s Institute Hall] – West Road – now Halcyon Cottage
  • Woodleigh CottageBindon Road
  • Wyngreen Sunnyside

Y

  • Youth Hostel School Lane – built c.1979 (planning approval given 18 December 1978)

Page last updated: 26 May 2021

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