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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Burton-in-Kendal Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Burton-in-Kendal Civil Parish, Cumbria, from the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
1-4, the Square (West Side) 1204636 II    
Boundary Stone Between Dalton and Hutton Roof 1087323 II    
Braithwaite Bridge over Kendal/Lacaster Canal 1087310 II    
Burton Hall 1204654 II    
Burton House, North Wing; Burton House, South Wing; Burton House and Rear Garden Wall Attached... 1087316  II* C18th  
Church of St James 1335703  I C12th Burton
Coach House, Stables and Hayloft Circa 4 Metres South of Burton Hall 1087322 II    
Dalton Old Hall Farmhouse 1204670 II   Clock house dated 1863
Devenant House 1087314 II    
Fern Bank and Cottage Attached to Right 1204568 II    
Hill House 1204493 II    
Hordley House 1335704 II    
Hutton House 1204463 II    
Kings Arms Hotel 1281136 II    
Lamp Post at Centre of Square 1335705 II    
Laurel Cottage 1087319 II    
Manor House 1204477 II    
Mansion House 1087320 II    
Market Cross 1281114 II C18th Burton
Milestone Approximately 250 Metres South South West of Heronsyke 1335706 II    
Milestone on Kendal/Lancaster Canal Approximately 70 Metres North of Braithwaite Bridge 1335742 II    
New Mill Aqueduct on Kendal/Lancaster Canal 1087311 II    
No 1, the Post Office and Nos 2-4 the Square (East Side) 1087321 II    
Nos 1-4 and No 5, the Bakery, Chester Terrace 1204426 II    
Old Bank Cottage and Aysgarth Cottage 1204518 II    
Privies Circa 10 Metres South of Burton Hall 1204661 II    
Royal Hotel 1087313 II    
The Coach House 1087315 II    
The Globe 1087318 II    
The Square House 1204455 II    
Walls, Gatepiers, Gates and Lamps at Front Entrance to Burton House 1087317 II    
Dalton medieval village and parts of its associated medieval open field system centred 620m ENE of Dalton Hall 1021249 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Romano-British farmstead immediately south of Russell Farm 1021250 n/a   Scheduled Monument

Primary source: the National Heritage List for England - NHLE is the register of nationally protected historic buildings and sites in England, including listed buildings, scheduled monuments, protected wrecks, registered parks and gardens, and battlefields. The list is maintained by Historic England. Check NHLE for updates and new entries.
Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings.

Church of St James, Burton-in-Kendal
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Church of St James, Burton-in-Kendal
- Overview About St James' Church Map Street View St James' Church is located off the A6070 road in Burton-in-Kendal. The parish church dates from the 12th century. The church was …
Dalton Old Hall
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Dalton Old Hall
- Overview About Dalton Hall Map   Dalton Hall is a country house near Burton-in-Kendal, Cumbria (formerly Westmorland) in northern England. The hall has been in the ownership of the Hornby …
Market Cross, Burton-in-Kendal
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Market Cross, Burton-in-Kendal
Burton House, Burton-in-Kendal
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Burton House, Burton-in-Kendal
- Burton House in Burton-in-Kendal was built in the 18th century. The house, now divided into 3 separate dwellings, is located on Main Street. It is Grade II* listed on the …


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