Listed buildings in Hillerød Municipality

Listing name Image Location Coordinates Description Annaborg Annaborg 01.jpg Frederiksværksgade 2A, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′6.3″N 12°17′47.5″E / 55.935083°N 12.296528°E / 55.935083; 12.296528 House from the 18th century, now home to the Capital Region[1] Batzke’s House Batzkes Hus 91.jpg Batzkes Bakke 1, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′10.15″N 12°18′26.39″E / 55.9361528°N 12.3073306°E / 55.9361528; 12.3073306 Former residence for the gardener at Frederiksborg Castle, built in 1720 to design by Johan Cornelius Krieger[2] Carlsberg Carlsberg (Hillerød).jpg Københavnsvej 34A & B, 3400 Hillerød 55°55′49.9″N 12°19′0.51″E / 55.930528°N 12.3168083°E / 55.930528; 12.3168083 House from 1750 and later[3] Carlsberg (Hillerød).jpg Københavnsvej 34A & B, 3400 Hillerød 55°55′50.26″N 12°19′1.42″E / 55.9306278°N 12.3170611°E / 55.9306278; 12.3170611 House from 1750 and later[4] Favrholm Favrholm Campus - north wing 02.jpg Roskildevej 58, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Farmhouse (north wing and connecting wing) from 1806[5] Frederiksborg Castle Frederiksborg Slot - Kongefløjen.jpg Frederiksborg Slot 001, Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Kongefløjen:[6] Frederiksborg slot 20090818 07.JPG Frederiksborg Slot 1, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Kirkefløjen:[7] Frederiksborg slot 20090818 09.JPG Frederiksborg Slot 1, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Prinsessefløjen:[8] Frederiksborg Slot - Arkadefkøjen.jpg Frederiksborg Slot 1, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Arkadefløjen:[9] Frederiksborg Slot - gate tower.jpg Frederiksborg Slot 1, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Gate tower[10] Møntporten 01.jpg Frederiksborg Slot 1, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Møntporten:[11] Badstueslottet (Hillerød).jpg Frederiksborg Slot 1, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Badstuen:[12] Frederiksborg Slot Hilleroed Denmark outer courtyard2.jpg Frederiksborg Slot 1, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Slotsherrens hus:[13] Frederiksborg IMG 0281.jpg Frederiksborg Slot 1, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′3.13″N 12°17′58.6″E / 55.9342028°N 12.299611°E / 55.9342028; 12.299611 Two western tower of two identical brick towers from 1562 situated in a complex close to the castle[14] Herluf Trolles Tårn 02.jpg Frederiksborg Slot 2, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′0.88″N 12°17′57.68″E / 55.9335778°N 12.2993556°E / 55.9335778; 12.2993556 Herluf Trolles Tårn: Building from 1561[15] Frederiksborg Slot Hilleroed Denmark outer moat.jpg Frederiksborg Slot 4, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′2.15″N 12°17′59.48″E / 55.9339306°N 12.2998556°E / 55.9339306; 12.2998556 The eastern tower of two identical brick towers from 1562 situated in a complex close to the castle[16] Frederiksborg Slot - Kancellibygning.jpg Frederiksborg Slot 6, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′2.79″N 12°18′3.25″E / 55.9341083°N 12.3009028°E / 55.9341083; 12.3009028 Kancellibygning from 1613-14[17] Frederiksborg Latin School Frederiksborg Statsskole - rear side 02.jpg Søndre Jernbanevej 4A, 3400 Hillerød 55°55′43.04″N 12°18′17.75″E / 55.9286222°N 12.3049306°E / 55.9286222; 12.3049306 The original Frederiksborg State School from 1834 designed by Jørgen Hansen Koch[18] Frederiksværksgade 23 Frederiksværksgade 23 01.jpg Frederiksværksgade 23A, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′7.66″N 12°17′37.48″E / 55.9354611°N 12.2937444°E / 55.9354611; 12.2937444 Three detached residential wings from the 18th century and the cobbled courtyard[19] Frederiksværksgade 23E.jpg Frederiksværksgade 23E, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′7.36″N 12°17′36.05″E / 55.9353778°N 12.2933472°E / 55.9353778; 12.2933472 Three detached residential wings from the 18th century and the cobbled courtyard[20] Frederiksværksgade 23F.jpg Frederiksværksgade 23F, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′6.94″N 12°17′36.82″E / 55.9352611°N 12.2935611°E / 55.9352611; 12.2935611 Three detached residential wings from the 18th century and the cobbled courtyard[21] Hillerød Rectory Hillerød Rectory 01.jpg Kannikegade 2, 3400 Hillerød 55°55′44.68″N 12°18′18.35″E / 55.9290778°N 12.3050972°E / 55.9290778; 12.3050972 Rectory from c. 1850 with barrel vaulted cellar from the Renaissance and the stone wall surrounding the garden[22] Lowzon House Lowzons Gård 02.jpg Møllestræde 4, 3400 Hillerød 55°55′52.34″N 12°17′54.52″E / 55.9312056°N 12.2984778°E / 55.9312056; 12.2984778 Rectory from 1760[23] Strødam Gadevangsvej 109B, 3400 Hillerød 55°57′33.85″N 12°16′44.27″E / 55.9594028°N 12.2789639°E / 55.9594028; 12.2789639 Former country house of C. F. Tietgen[24] Stud Master’s House Stutmesterens Hus 01.jpg Frederiksværksgade 39B, 3400 Hillerød 55°56′10.14″N 12°17′27.6″E / 55.9361500°N 12.291000°E / 55.9361500; 12.291000 House from 1721, possibly by Johan Cornelius Krieger[25] Torvet 1 Torvet 1 (Hillerød) 01.jpg Torvet 1A, 3400 Hillerød 55°55′43.92″N 12°18′14.02″E / 55.9288667°N 12.3038944°E / 55.9288667; 12.3038944 Complex consisting of two wings from 1834 and a rear wing from 1880[26]