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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Chester-le-Street

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Chester-le-Street, County Durham, from the National Heritage List for England[1] and Notable Unlisted Buildings from the Chester-le-Street Conservation Area.[2] Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
Church of St Mary and St Cuthbert 1120955  I C13th  
Chester New Bridge 1323102  II* C15th Part in C-le-S, part in Bournmoor CP
Piers, Walls, Gates and Railings at East Lodge, Hermitage Park 1120953 II    
Railway Viaduct East of the Hermitage 1311261 II    
United Reformed Church 1120956 II 1814 Bethel URC, Low Chare 
Hermitage Hospital and Attached Former Stables and Coach House 1120954 II    
Brewery House 1120957 II 1767  
Pelton Fell Cenotaph and memorial gates 1438974 II    
Queens Head Hotel 1311230 II C18th Front Street
Railway Viaduct over Chester Burn 1159006 II    
Lumley Castle Grounds 1001395 II   Listed Park and Garden. (parts in C-le-S) Lumley Castle
Lambton Castle Grounds 1001438 II   Listed Park and Garden. (parts in C-le-S) Lambton Castle
GW Horners PH, 2 Front Street - Local C20th  
No. 6 Front Street   Local c.1800  
Red Lion PH, 10 Front Street   Local C19th  
Nos. 8-20 Front Street   Local c.1912  
No. 24 Front Street   Local    
Nos. 30 - 36 Front Street   Local c.1930s Former Woolworths
Nos. 44 - 46 - 48 Front Street   Local c.1920s  
Nos. 58 - 60 Front Street   Local C19th  
Nos. 62 - 66 Front Street   Local C18th  
Nos. 74 - 76 Front Street   Local   Former PH
No. 84 Front Street (previously the Crown Inn)   Local C20th  
No. 86 Front Street   Local    
Nos. 88 - 90 Front Street   Local    
No. 100 Front Street (previously Lloyds Bank)   Local    
No. 118 Front Street   Local C20th  
No. 3 Front Street   Local    
Nos. 19 - 23 Front Street   Local C19th  
Co-operative Store   Local 1930s On site of C19th Co-op
Nos. 39 - 45 Front Street   Local C19th  
Nos. 47 - 49 Front Street   Local    
No. 51 Front Street   Local    
Nos. 53 - 55 Front Street and 57 - 59 Front Street   Local    
No. 61 Front Street, Clems   Local 1896  
Nos. 69 - 71 Front Street   Local    
Nos. 73 - 75 Front Street   Local    
Nos. 77 - 83 Front Street   Local    
The Lambton Arms PH   Local   93 - 97 Front Street
Bridge End   Local C19th North of Bridge End Chambers
The Bridge PH   Local 1895 Bridge End, corner of Picktree Lane
TA Centre, Picktree Lane   Local 1914  
Former Mechanics Institute   Local 1826 Bridge End/Newcastle Road
Central Methodist Church   Local 1902 North Burns
Nos. 21 - 23 North Burns   Local    
Market Tavern   Local   South Burns
Glebe Cottage/Tewart Cottage   Local 1887  
No’s 1 – 9, Ashley Terrace   Local 1878  
Ashley House   Local C19th Ashley Terrace/Morningside Court
Cedric Cottage and Athelstan, Morningside Court   Local C19th  
Greenbank Terrace   Local 1888  
Diamond Lodge, Station Road   Local 1880 former Wesleyan Chapel
Butcher’s Arms   Local   Middle Chare
Community Centre, Newcastle Road   Local 1928  
Co-operative Funeral Services, 1 Newcastle Road   Local c20th  
Cestria Primary School   Local 1909 former Parish School
Old Rectory   Local    
Wear View and Lyndale   Local C19th  

Primary sources: [1] 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. [2] Conservation Area Appraisal Chester-le-Street (December 2013).
Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings (identifying listed buildings in East, South, and West Central electoral wards) and Keys to the Past.

Chester-le-Street Chester New Bridge, near Lambton Castle Bethel URC Church, Chester-le-Street Queens Head, Chester-le-Street Lambton Arms, Chester-le-Street Church of St Mary and St Cuthbert, Chester-le-Street Railway Viaduct over Chester Burn
Church of St Mary and St Cuthbert, Chester-le-Street
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Church of St Mary and St Cuthbert, Chester-le-Street
- Overview About the Church Map Street View   The parish church of St Mary and St Cuthbert is a Church of England church in Chester-le-Street, County Durham, England. The site …
Chester New Bridge, near Lambton Castle
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Chester New Bridge, near Lambton Castle
- Overview Map Street View Chester New Bridge is a single-track road bridge over the River Wear, located to the east of Chester-le-Street and about 1 mile west of Lambton Castle. …
Queens Head,  Chester-le-Street
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Queens Head, Chester-le-Street
- Overview Map Street View The Queen's Head is set back off Front Street in Chester-le-Street. Built as a coaching inn, the building dates from the early to mid 18th Century, …
Bethel URC Church, Chester-le-Street
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Bethel URC Church, Chester-le-Street
- Overview Map Street View Bethel United Reformed Church is located on Low Chare in Chester-le-Street. The building, formerly Bethel Congregational Chape, was originally built in 1814, then remodelled in 1860. …
Lambton Arms, Chester-le-Street
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Lambton Arms, Chester-le-Street
- Overview Map Street View The Lambton Arms Hotel is located on Front Street in Chester-le-Street. It was originally built as a coaching inn at a time when Front Street formed …
Railway Viaduct over Chester Burn
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Railway Viaduct over Chester Burn
- The red brick railway viaduct at the west end of South Burns is an important feature of the townscape of Chester-le-Street. The viaduct was built in 1868 for the North- Eastern …


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