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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Featherstone Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Featherstone Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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
Bellister Castle 1045292  I 1669 House attached to C13th tower
Bridge End House and Yard Walls 1045294 II    
Bridge, 350 Metres South-West of High Burnfoot Farm 1045252 II    
Broomhouse Farmhouse 1045290 II C18th Broomhouse
Corry Cottage 1155752 II    
Farmbuildings on West Return of Wydon Eals Farmhouse, Enclosing 3 Sides of Farmyard 1155764 II    
Featherstone Bridge 1045293  II* 1775 Road bridge over River South Tyne.
Featherstone Castle 1370307  I C13th Remodelled C17th
Former Granary South of Lynnshield Farmhouse 1045256 II    
Garden walls surrounding Featherstone Castle, with gatehouse, gateways, bastions, beebole and mausol 1370308 II    
Horse Close and Attached Barn 1045257 II    
Ivy Cottage and Two Adjoining Cottages at Left 1370311 II    
Linked Farmbuildings North East of Bellister Castle 1370286 II    
Linked Farmbuildings North-East of Broomhouse Farmhouse 1045291 II C19th Broomhouse. Including gingang.
Linked Range of Farmbuildings on West Return of Lynnshield Farmhouse 1370309 II    
Loose Box Range 25 Metres South East of Broomhouse Farmhouse 1370285 II   Broomhouse
Low Burnfoot and Adjoining Barn 1045254 II    
Lynnshield Farmhouse 1045255 II    
Range of Loose-Boxes and Byres North-East of Wydon Eals Farmhouse 1045259 II    
Two outbuildings, including a recessed beehive, and linking wall near north range of Featherstone Ca 1045253 II    
Wallace War Memorial Approximately 100 Metres South of Maidenway House 1370310 II    
Wydon Eals Farmhouse and Former Byre on East Return 1045258 II    
Bellister Castle (uninhabited parts) 1002910 n/a C13th Scheduled Monuments. Ruined tower house.

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.

Bellister Castle
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Bellister Castle
- Overview Map Street View Bellister Castle is a ruined tower house dating from the 13th century with an attached occupied house which is dated 1669.[1] It is located about half …
Featherstone Castle
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Featherstone Castle
- Overview About Featherstone Castle Map Street View The castle is located by the River South Tyne, 3 miles from Haltwhistle. The castle's origins can be traced back to the early …
Featherstone Bridge
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Featherstone Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Featherstone Bridge ia a single-track road bridge over River South Tyne, located about half a mile east of Featherstone Castle and 2 miles north-west of Haltwhistle. …
Broomhouse Farmhouse (Haltwistle)
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Broomhouse Farmhouse (Haltwistle)
Gingang and linked buildings, Broomhouse (Haltwistle)
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Gingang and linked buildings, Broomhouse (Haltwistle)


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