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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Cotherstone Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Cotherstone Civil Parish, County Durham, from the the National Heritage List for England and Locally Valued Heritage Assets from Cotherstone Parish Neighbourhood Plan (draft October 2020). Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
Balder Bridge 1121041  II* C15th Widened 1896. Partly in Hunderthwaite CP.
Barn Attached to Rear of Clove Lodge Farmbuildings Attached to West of Barn 1159876 II    
Brook House 1159951 II    
Brook Lea House (Shown on Os Map As Brook House) 1323053 II    
Butter Stone 1121050 II c.1663 Near Lartington.
Clove Lodge Farmhouse, Byre/Stables Attached to West and Range of Sheds Attached to East 1121042 II    
Cotherstone Friends Meeting House 1323052 II 1796 Quaker Meeting House
Elwy Cottage and Laburnum Cottage and Branton Cottage and Garden Walls 1121045 II    
Fox Hall 1121048 II    
Gilmour House, Former Byre and Barn 1121049 II    
Hallgarth Hill House 1121046 II    
Hury Mill Bridge 1323081 II    
Link and Stable/Byre Attached to Trees Farmhouse 1121044 II    
Linked Farmbuildings, 20 Metres North of Pecknell Farmhouse 1159992 II    
Lodge, Gate Piers and Gate, 110 Metres East of Lancelands 1160106 II    
Mere Beck Farmhouse, Byre and Pigsty 1323051 II    
Pecknell Farmhouse 1323054 II    
Red Lion Inn and Red Lion Cottage 1310718 II    
Saltoun House 1323055 II    
Summerhouse and Attached Garden Wall, 30 Metres North East of Hagg House 1121047 II    
The Green and Front Garden Wall 1310796 II    
The Manor House 1159936 II    
Towler Hill Farmhouse 1159976 II    
Trees Farmhouse 1310829 II    
Weatherby House and Wall and Doorway to Right 1160008 II    
West Park Farmhouse 1159890 II    
Woodvine Cottages 1160071 II    
Cup and ring marked rock on Cotherstone Moor 520m north west of East Loups's 1018323 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Three prehistoric carved rocks on Goldsborough Rigg, Cotherstone Moor, 860m SSE Pitcher House 1016598 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Ring cairn on Goldsborough, Cotherstone Moor, 840m south of Pitcher House 1019155 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup and groove marked rock on Goldsborough Rigg, Cotherstone Moor, 920m south east of Pitcher House 1016600 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Rock with one cup on Goldsborough Rigg, Cotherstone Moor, 860m north west of West Loups's 1016604 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup and ring marked rock on Goldsborough Rigg, Cotherstone Moor, 870m south south east of Pitcher House 1016599 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup ring and groove marked rock outcrop at Toby Wall, 260m north east of West Loups's, Cotherstone Moor 1018322 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Rock with many cup marks on the east bank of How Beck, 450m north west of West Loups's, Cotherstone Moor 1016597 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cotherstone Castle 1005583 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup marked rock 100m north of West Loups's, Cotherstone Moor 1018326 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup and ring marked rock 80m south of West Loups's, Cotherstone Moor 1018321 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup, ring and groove marked rock 310m west of East Loups's, Cotherstone Moor 1018324 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup and ring marked rock on Goldsborough Rigg, Cotherstone Moor, 860m south east of Pitcher House 1017199 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup marked rock outcrop at the base of a wall 120m east of East Loups's, Cotherstone Moor 1018325 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval farmstead and two prehistoric carved rocks at West Loup's 1016601 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval farmstead 330m north west of Water Knott 1021093 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Back lanes LVHA1 Local   Medieval field system
West Green LVHA2 Local    
East Green LVHA3 Local    
Estate boundary marker post (Duke of Devonshire)  LVHA4 Local    
3 West Cottages LVHA5 Local   With notable gable ventilation slots
Traditional Cotherstone village entry sign LVHA6 Local C20th Cast iron sign at south of village
Ashfield LVHA7 Local   Former church parochial school
Cotherstone Village Hall  LVHA8 Local 1893 Former Temperance Hall
Chapel Villa LVHA9 Local   Former congregational church
3 Nicholson Terrace LVHA10 Local   Incorporating date stones
Berriman Barn LVHA11 Local   Incorporating stone from Cotherstone Castle
Abraham Hilton Grave LVHA12 Local    
Traditional road sign - Briscoe Lane LVHA13 Local    
Tees Railway Path LVHA14 Local   Former railway line and bridges
East Briscoe road bridge LVHA15 Local    
Osmond Bridge, North Corn Park  LVHA16 Local    

Primary sources: 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. Cotherstone Parish Neighbourhood Plan 2020-2035 (pre-submission draft, October 2020) from Cotherstone Parish Council.

Secondary sources: British Listed Buildings and Keys to the Past.

Cotherstone Civil Parish Cotherstone Castle (remains) Friends' Meeting House, Cotherstone Butter Stone, nr Lartington Village Hall, Cotherstone Balder Bridge, Cotherstone
Balder Bridge, Cotherstone
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Balder Bridge, Cotherstone
- Overview Map Street View The stone road bridge over the River Balder at Cotherstone dates back to the 15th century. It was rebuilt c.1681 and the upstream side of the ...
Butter Stone, nr Lartington
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Butter Stone, nr Lartington
- Overview Map Street View Butter Stone is a prominent boulder located on the moors near Lartington and Cotherstone. It was used during the 1663-5 plague as a place where villagers ...
Village Hall, Cotherstone
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Village Hall, Cotherstone
- Overview Map Street View The village hall in Cotherstone was originally built in 1893 as a Temperance Hall. It has been modernised for it's use as a village hall and ...
Cotherstone Castle (remains)
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Cotherstone Castle (remains)
- There are a few earthwork remains of the castle at Cotherstone. This was originally a Norman motte and bailey castle of c.1090. A Royal licence to crenellate (fortify) was granted on the ...
Friends' Meeting House, Cotherstone
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Friends' Meeting House, Cotherstone
- Overview Map The Friends' Meeting House at Cotherstone is located in a field to the east of the village. The meeting house was built in 1797 and is still an ...

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