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Listooder is a hamlet and townland situated outside Crossgar towards Saintfield and Ballynahinch in County Down, Northern Ireland. It holds some new houses with a small working farm, missionary hall, Orange Lodge and non-subscribing Presbyterian church. There used to be a pub and a shop here but closed many years ago. . There is about 10 houses in Listooder and about 35 people living here with many more in the surrounding area.
- A small river runs along by Listooder which is a tributary of the Annacloy River which mouth is at the Quoile outside Downpatrick.
- Upon Listooder lies an old fort which sits on one of County Downs' highest drumlin hill. It was used as a look-out because of its vast 360degree view across the Down Drumlins as far as the Mourne Mountains and down onto Listooder Hamlet which would have only have held a farm then.
- Less than half a mile outside Listooder in a field along Abbeyview Road sits a grave stone with a cross engraved on it surrounded by a stone wall and a sycamore and beech tree. This is the grave of a Roman Catholic priest who was rolled down a nearby hill in a barrel of nails and buried where the barrel stopped during the pagan times.
- Founded in the 1800s a non-prescribed Presbyterian church still in function sits in the hamlet. A church hall is beside it.
- An Orange hall can be found in the hamlet. Listooder Orange hall Founded in 1871 still remains to have orange men present with it. The orange hall used to hold a loyalist flute band known as Listooder True Blues.
- Listooder Missionary Hall Established in September 1964, when Fred Orr of Acre Gospel Mission in Brazil was invited to bring a missionary report. The hall is still in function and holds regular meetings.