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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Dacre Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Dacre 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
Aldby 1221050 II    
Alms Table West of Church of St Andrew 1220946 II    
Andrew House 1210176 II    
Ash Cottage 1290621 II    
Ash View 1145511 II    
Barn Adjoining Rear of Walnut House 1145513 II    
Barn and Domestic Range Adjoining Right of Stainton Hill 1221214 II    
Barn North of Mount Pleasant Farmhouse 1319058 II    
Barn/Stables Adjoining Left of Stainton Hill 1145512 II    
Blencow Bridge 1221119 II C19th Road bridge over the River Petteril
Boundary Stone South East of Junction of A66 and Dacre Road 1145537 II    
Brooklyn 1252578 II    
Bunkers Hill and Barns/Byres Adjoining 1290653 II 1775 Near Greystoke
Burbank House 1145541 II    
Carthanet and Barn Adjoining 1326699 II    
Carved Bear North East of Church of St Andrew 1252583  II*    
Carved Bear North West of Church of St Andrew 1145532  II*    
Carved Bear South East of Church of St Andrew 1252582  II*    
Carved Bear South West of Church of St Andrew 1262197  II*    
Church of St Andrew 1145531  I C12th Dacre
Church View 1145533 II    
Dacre Bridge 1145540 II    
Dacre Castle 1221000  I C14th Fortified tower house
Dalemain 1221057  I C15th Country House, near Stainton
Former Brewhouse Adjoining to Rear of Dalemain 1145539 II    
Fort Putnam Farmhouse, Barns, Byres, Cow House, Wall and Gateway 1145543  II* C18th Folly, built to resemble a fort
Garden Wall Adjoining to Rear of Dalemain 1290668 II    
Green Flat and Barn Adjoining 1145510 II    
Greystoke Pillar 1326697 II C18th Obelisk, west of Penrith.
Greystone House and Barn Adjoining 1319060 II    
Hall Bank and Barn Adjoining 1221221 II    
Harness Room East of High Farmhouse 1319057 II    
High Bridge 1290694 II    
High Farmhouse 1290672 II    
Hopland House 1326703 II    
Horse and Farrier Inn and Stables 1221010 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk 1145435 II    
Lodge Farmhouse and Former Barn Adjoining 1145536 II    
Midtown 1290589 II    
Mount Pleasant Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining 1290679 II    
Pigeon/Poultry House West of High Farmhouse 1221078 II    
Pooley Bridge (destroyed by floods 2015) 1326698 II 1764 Pooley Bridge (village). 
Redhill Limekilns, 120 Metres South East of Slapestones Roundabout 1326738 II    
Rose Bank 1145535 II    
Rose Farmhouse 1290724 II    
Rose Hill and Former Barn 1145509 II    
School House 1145534 II    
Skirsgill 1145505 II    
Sourlands Gate 1145507 II    
Spire House 1290677 II C18th  
Stables and Barn North East of Dalemain 1319056 II    
Stables North West of Aldby Farmhouse 1145538 II    
Storch Bridge 1145544 II C18th Former road bridge over the River Petteril
Summer House on Top of Flusco Pike 1221065 II    
Sunbeam House 1221132 II    
Sycamore House and Barn/Stables Adjoining 1326702 II    
Terrace Wall, Gate Posts and Steps in Front of Skirsgill 1145506 II    
The Hill 1319059 II    
Todd Farmhouse 1326700 II    
Town Head Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining 1145545 II    
Townhead 1145542 II    
Walnut House 1290591 II    
Waltons Place and Barns Adjoining 1221191 II    
Waterfoot Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining 1145508 II    
Waterfoot Hotel 1290615 II    
Waterfoot Lodge 1326701 II    
Wood View 1221021 II    
Woodlands 1145514 II    
Moated site of Dacre Castle 1011680 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Dalemain - grounds 1000663  II*   Listed Park and Garden
Sewborrans standing stone 400m south west of Sewborwens 1018364 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Dunmallard small multivallate hillfort 1008264 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Blencow Old Hall moated tower house 1012827 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.

Greystoke Pillar
Church of St Andrew, Dacre
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Church of St Andrew, Dacre
Dacre Castle
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Dacre Castle
Blencow Bridge
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Blencow Bridge
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Fort Putnam (farmhouse), Greystoke
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Fort Putnam (farmhouse), Greystoke
Storch Bridge, Greystoke
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Storch Bridge, Greystoke
- Overview Map Street View Storch Bridge over the River Petteril is located just to the east of Greystoke in Cumbria, near Woodside Caravan Park. The segmental-arched hump-back bridge was built in …
Bunkers Hill (farmhouse), Greystoke
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Bunkers Hill (farmhouse), Greystoke
- Overview Map Street View Bunkers Hill Dairy is located off the B5288 road, about 1 mile south-east of Greystoke and 3 miles north-west of Penrith. The farmhouse here dates from …
Spire House, near Great Blencow
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Spire House, near Great Blencow
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- Dalemain is a large country house, located about ½ mile south of the village of Stainton, Dacre, and about 2½ miles south-west of Penrith, in Cumbria. This is an ancient …
The Grounds of Dalemain
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The Grounds of Dalemain
- Overview Map Street View The grounds of Dalemain are a Grade II* listed Park and Garden on the National Heritage List for England.


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