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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Croxdale and Hett


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Croxdale and Hett, County Durham, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
Sunderland Bridge 1120699  I C14th Partly in Brandon and Byshottles CP
1-20, & 21-38, Front Street 1323185 II 1875 Terraced housing for the Wearside Iron & Coal Co.
Bank House Farmhouse 1120777 II C18th Sunderland Bridge
Barn at East Farm 30 Metres North West of the Hermitage 1120746 II C18th Sunderland Bridge
Bridge 170 Metres North of the Mill House 1159129 II c.1760 Over Croxdale Beck, Croxdale
Church 50 Metres North East of Croxdale Hall 1120740  I C12th  
Church of St Bartholomew 1159286 II 1846 Sunderland Bridge
Cross Shaft Base 8 Metres South of Church to North East of Croxdale Hall 1120741 II Medieval  
Croxdale Hall 1159140  I C17th On medieval site
Croxdale Wood House 1323184 II C18th  
Garden Wall and Gates to South East of Croxdale Hall 1120780 II C18th  
Gazebo, Gate Piers and Garden Walls to East and South of the Hermitage 1311104 II C18th Sunderland Bridge
Haybarn and Rear Yard Walls 110 Metres East of Croxdale Hall 1323222  II* C18th  
High Croxdale Farmhouse and Flanking Barns 1120743 II C18th  
High Grange Farmhouse and Attached Farmbuildings 1159310 II C18th Hett
Low Butterby Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining at South-East 1323186  II* C17th  
Moat Walls, 2 Bridges Across Moat, Garden Wall and Gate Piers at Low Butterby Farm 1159261  II* Medieval  
North and East Courtyard Ranges and Walls, to East of Croxdale Hall 1120779 II C18th  
Orangery, Walls and Gate Piers to East of Croxdale Hall 1323221 II 1765  
Priests House 90 Metres East of Croxdale Hall 1120739  II* C18th  
Slashpool House 1120742 II 1708 Hett
South Courtyard Range and Cottage, to East of Croxdale Hall 1159165 II C17th  
The Hermitage 1323187 II C17th House, Sunderland Bridge
The Meadows 1159308 II C18th House, Sunderland Bridge
The Mill House 1120778 II 1771 Former mill, now house.
Two Farmbuildings, Flanking Drive to South East of Low Butterby Farmhouse 1120744 II C17th  
Walls Surrounding Paddock to East of Low Butterby Farmhouse 1120745 II C17th  
Croxdale Hall - Grounds 1001271 II C18th Listed Park and Garden
Croxdale medieval chapel and churchyard cross base 1019820 n/a Medieval Scheduled Monument
Sunderland Bridge, near Croxdale 1002358 n/a c.1760 Scheduled Monument
Moated site at Low Butterby Farm 1008663 n/a Medieval 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 and Keys to the Past.

Croxdale and Hett Civil Parish Croxdale Wood House Croxdale Hall Bridge over Croxdale Beck Church of St Bartholomew The Hermitage Sunderland Bridge (bridge) Old Chapel, Croxdale
Sunderland Bridge (bridge)
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Sunderland Bridge (bridge)
- Overview Map Street View This stone bridge across the River Wear near the village of Sunderland Bridge, Croxdale, dates from the 14th Century. The bridge has undergone several modifications, with ...
Croxdale Hall
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Croxdale Hall
- Overview About Croxdale Hall Map Croxdale Hall is a privately owned country mansion located about half a mile north of the modern village Croxdale in County Durham. The Hall has ...
Old Chapel, Croxdale
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Old Chapel, Croxdale
- The "Old Church" of St Bartholomew, located by Croxdale Hall, was originally built in the late 11th, or early 12th century. It was formerly a chapel of ease for St ...
Church of St Bartholomew
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Church of St Bartholomew
- Overview Map Street View St Bartholomew's is the parish church in Sunderland Bridge, County Durham. The church was built 1843-1846 by George Pickering. St Bartholomew's Church is Grade II listed on ...
Bridge over Croxdale Beck
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Bridge over Croxdale Beck
- Overview Map A stone single-track road bridge over Croxdale Beck, built c.1760 by Christopher Ebdon.[1] It is located just north of Sunderland Bridge, near Croxdale Hall. The bridge was built ...
Croxdale Wood House
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Croxdale Wood House
- Overview Map Croxdale Wood House is an 18th century farmhouse located by Croxdale Woods, about a mile north-east of Sunderland Bridge and Croxdale. It was extended in the mid 19th ...
The Hermitage
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The Hermitage
- Overview Map Street View The 'Hermitage' is a large mid 17th century house, with c1930 alterations and additions. The Hermitage is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for ...

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