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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Dean Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Dean 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~ Note
Bank Farmhouse and Barns Adjoining 1145169 II    
Barn North of Ullock Mains on Opposite Side of Road 1146311 II    
Barn West of Ullock Mains on Opposite Side of Road 1145174 II    
Branthwaite Hall 1145204  I C14th Tower house with adjoining hall.
Brow Top 1138205 II    
Church of St Oswald 1145164  I C12th Dean.
Churchyard Cross South of Church of St Oswald 1326878 II    
Crakeplace Hall 1326884  II*    
Croft Foot Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining 1145171 II    
Croft House and Adjoining Barn 1145175 II    
Dalton House and Dalton Cottage 1326881 II    
Dean Mains 1326879 II    
Eaglesfield War Memorial 1457599 II    
Far Branthwaite Edge, Dairy and Barn Adjoining 1138216 II    
Friends' Meeting House 1145170 II 1711 Eaglesfield. Former meeting house.
Friends' Schoolroom 1138334 II    
Hill Crest 1326858 II    
Hillcrest and Barns Adjoining 1138364 II    
Home Farm and Barns Adjoining 1145168 II C18th Deanscales
Manor House 1145166 II    
Moorland Close and Former Stables Adjoining 1311883 II    
Orchard House 1326880 II    
Orchard House and Barn Adjoining 1138295 II    
Packhorse Bridge North of Calva Hall 1138225 II    
Pardshaw Quaker Meeting House, stable and schoolroom and walls to burial ground 1326883  II* 1729 Pardshaw Hall
Roche House 1138202 II    
Rose Farmhouse 1145167 II    
Springfield Farmhouse 1326882 II    
Summer House; Garden Wall and Gateways 1145172 II    
The Cottage 1138349 II    
The Raise 1326859 II    
The Rectory 1145165 II    
Wadsworth Farmhouse 1145203 II    
Wall Around Burial Ground of Friends' Meeting House 1311908 II 1693 Eaglesfield
West House and Barns Adjoining 1138280 II    
Whitekeld and Barns Adjoining 1311871 II    
Large irregular stone circle and a round cairn on Dean Moor 1014588 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval standing cross in St Oswald's churchyard 1014805 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Calva Hall Bridge 1003051 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.

Dean Civil Parish Home Farm, Deanscales Quaker Meeting House & Burial Ground, Eaglesfield Quaker Meeting House, Pardshaw Church of St Oswald, Dean, Allerdale Branthwaite Hall
Branthwaite Hall
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Branthwaite Hall
- Overview About Branthwaite Hall Map Street View Branthwaite Hall is located by about ½ mile north-east of the village of Branthwaite in Allerdale. The building incorporates a 14th/15th century pele …
Church of St Oswald, Dean, Allerdale
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Church of St Oswald, Dean, Allerdale
Quaker Meeting House & Burial Ground, Eaglesfield
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Quaker Meeting House & Burial Ground, Eaglesfield
- The former Friends Meeting House (Quakers) in Eaglesfield was built in 1711. The adjacent Quakers Burial Ground is even older and is surrounded by a wall dated 1693.[1] The meeting …
Quaker Meeting House, Pardshaw
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Quaker Meeting House, Pardshaw
- Overview Young Friends' Centre Map Street View The Pardshaw Quaker Meeting House complex is located in the hamlet of Pardshaw Hall, about ½ mile north-east of the of the village …
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Home Farm, Deanscales
- Overview Map Street View The farmhouse and barns at Home Farm in Deanscales date from the late 18th century. The farmhouse is set back from Kingsthorn Road. It is a  Grade …


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