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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hexham


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Hexham, Northumberland, 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~ Notes
1 and 1a, Glover's Place 1042592 II    
1, Fore Street 1042534 II    
1, Hencotes 1370794 II    
10, Cockshaw 1042615 II    
10, Gilesgate 1203731 II    
10, Holy Island 1203997 II    
11, Battlehill 1370773 II    
11, Market Street 1042544 II    
12, Hencotes 1042561 II    
12-14, Holy Island 1042574 II    
13 and 15, Market Street 1042545 II    
14, Fore Street 1370805 II    
14, Hall Stile Bank 1042597 II    
14, Hencotes 1370793 II    
14, Market Place 1370819 II    
15, Hencotes 1281463 II    
15, Market Place 1042535 II    
15, St Mary's Chare 1204147 II    
16 and 18, Hencotes 1042562 II    
16, St Mary's Chare 1370849 II    
16-20, Fore Street 1042584 II    
17 and 18, Hallgate 1203810 II    
17, Hall Stile Bank 1042596 II    
17, Hencotes 1370795 II    
18 and 18a, Eastgate 1042578 II    
18, Market Street 1042541 II    
18, St Mary's Chare 1204203 II    
19 and 19a, St Marys Chare 1370828  II*    
19 and 20, Eastgate 1370802 II    
19 and 21, Battlehill 1042602 II    
19 and 21, Priestpopple 1042547  II*    
19, Hallgate 1042594 II    
2 and 4, St Mary's Chare 1042555 II    
2, Battlehill 1370774 II    
2, Gilesgate 1203730 II    
20 and 21, Market Place 1370820 II    
20 and 22, Market Street 1370824  II*    
20, Priestpopple 1042550 II    
20, St Mary's Chare 1042513 II    
22 and 24, Fore Street 1370806 II    
22, Market Place 1042536  II*    
23 and 25, Fore Street 1042586 II    
23 and 25, Hencotes 1281468 II    
23, Market Place 1042537 II    
23, Priestpopple 1204132 II    
24 and 26, Hall Stile Bank 1042598 II    
24, Market Street 1281390  II*    
25 and 26, Market Place 1370821 II    
26 and 28, Fore Street 1281530 II    
26, Market Street 1042542 II    
26-29, Hallgate 1370809 II    
27 and 28, Market Place 1042538  II*    
27 and 29, Fore Street 1203729 II    
29 and 30, Market Place 1370822 II    
3 and 5, Hencotes 1042564 II    
3 Gate Piers of East Lodge 1203678 II    
3, Market Street 1370825 II    
3, St Mary's Chare 1204145 II    
30, Fore Street 1042585 II    
30, Hall Stile Bank 1370771 II    
31 Market Place 1042539 II    
32 and 33, Market Place 1370823 II    
32, Hall Stile Bank 1042556 II    
35, Hencotes 1042565 II    
36, Fore Street 1370807 II    
36-40 Priestpopple 1042551 II    
37, Hencotes 1370796 II    
39 and 39a, Hencotes 1281470 II    
4, Battlehill 1042603 II    
4, Cattle Market 1370778 II    
4, Market Street 1042540 II    
4, Meal Market 1042546 II    
4-8, Gilesgate 1042591 II    
43, Hencotes 1042566 II    
45, Gilesgate 1042587 II    
47 and 49, Gilesgate 1042588 II    
5 and 7, St Mary's Chare 1042553 II    
6 and 8, Battlehill 1370775 II    
6 and 8, Hencotes 1370792 II    
6 and 8, Market Street 1204104 II    
6, St Mary's Chare 1204190 II    
7, Market Street 1042543 II    
8 and 9, Cockshaw 1042614 II    
8 and 9, Holy Island 1370798 II    
8, St Mary's Chare 1370829 II    
9, Beaumont Street 1281575 II    
9, Market Street 1204123 II    
9-13, St Mary's Chare 1370827 II    
Abutments and Retaining Walls to Road Bridge over Line to West and South of Hexham Railway Station 1064785 II    
Archway to Church Flags 1042613 II    
Archway to East of Number 25, Adjacent to Number 26 1042595 II    
Archway to Garden of Manor Cottage and Wall Before Manor Office 1370808 II    
Archway to North West of the Old Grammar School 1042640 II    
Archway to West of Number 1 Orchard Place 1042552 II    
Bagraw Farmhouse 1281417 II    
Bandstand 1370810 II    
Barclays Bank 1042549 II    
Barn to West of Highside Farmhouse 1370750 II    
Barn with Horse Engine North West of Highwood Farmhouse 1042519 II    
Bellevue 1203673 II    
Benson of Allerwash Memorial Gates 1042606 II    
Breckon Hill Farmhouse 1042635 II    
Bridge and Causeway over Halgut Burn 1042617 II    
Bridge on Path South of Cuddy's Lane, Also over Halgut Burn 1203691 II    
Bridge over Cockshaw Burn 1370812 II    
Bridge over Halgut Burn in Grounds of Hexham House 1042590  II*    
Burn Brae House 1042559 II    
Bursewell House 1370799 II    
Burton's 1203728 II    
Catholic Club 1042560 II    
Causeway and Bridge over Cockshaw Burn on Drive to Breckon Hill Farm 1042636 II    
Church of St Mary (Roman Catholic) 1042558  II*    
Cockshaw House 1203685 II    
Cotfield House 1042568 II    
County Hotel 1042548 II    
Courtyard Walls in Front of Temperley Place (Number 5) 1281443 II    
Cowshed and Granary to West of Bagraw Farmhouse 1042575 II    
Craig's Barn 1203970 II    
Crenellated Retaining Wall to East of the Old Grammar School 1370752 II    
Crenellated Retaining Wall to North East of Prospect House 1203567 II    
Delegate Cottage 1042580 II    
Dipton Mill Bridge 1045332 II    
Drinking Fountain to South of Central Range of Hexham County Primary Infant and Junior School 1042514 II    
Duke's House, Including Wall of Terrace to South 1042581 II    
East Peterel Field Farmhouse 1370781 II    
Entrance Gateway to the Henry King Memorial Almshouses 1042557  II*    
Fairshaw Farmhouse 1204009 II    
Fandango's Club 1042554  II*    
Former North Eastern Hotel 1042639 II    
Former Post Office 1204130 II    
Former Stable Building to North West of Prospect House 1042599 II    
Former Tannery Building at Ny 93296462 1042525 II    
Garden Wall at Rear of Temperley Place (Number 5) Following Footpath to the Seal 1042571 II    
Garden Wall Between Garden Cottage and Duke's House 1370803 II    
Garden Wall Between Temperley Place 1203951 II    
Garden Walls to South of Station Cottages 1359123 II    
Garden Walls, Spital Park 1360811 II    
Gates Opposite North Transept 1042612 II    
Gateway to Roman Catholic Cemetery 1370791 II    
Glover's Pant 1042572 II    
Goods Shed to East of Hexham Railway Station 1096878 II    
Hackwood 1042619 II    
Haliwell Dene 1203688 II    
Hall Bank House 1203565 II    
Hallgarth House 1281492 II    
Hallstile Cottages 1370790 II    
Heart of All England Tavern 1281358 II    
Hencotes House 1042563 II    
Hexham Bridge 1042629  II* 1793  
Hexham House 1281531  II* 1723  
Hexham Middle School 1370789 II 1910  
Hexham Primary Infants and Junior School 1204210 II    
Hexham Railway Station 1370815 II    
Hexham War Memorial 1204219 II    
High Shield House 1203721  II*    
Highford Farmhouse 1370797 II    
Highside Farmhouse 1042637 II    
Highwood Farmhouse 1370813 II    
Holy Island Cottage 1203992  II*    
Holy Island House 1042573  II*    
House of Correction 1042611 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk 1052203 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk 1052204 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk 1260707 II    
Lloyds Bank 1204136 II    
Low Barns 1042631 II    
Low Street Wall in Front of Temperley Place (Number 4) 1042569 II    
Manor Cottage 1042593 II    
Middle Shield House 1370780  II*    
Midland Bank 1042608 II    
National Westminster Bank 1042600 II    
No. 16 - 16a Market Place, Incorporating Remains of St Mary's Church 1396106 II    
Northumberland Fusiliers' War Memorial Gateway 1281571  II* C17th  
Oakerland 1370814 II    
Orchard House 1370826  II*    
Orchard Place 1204143 II    
Overtrack Signal Box to East of Hexham Railway Station 1042523 II 1896  
Pant 1281400 II    
Prospect House 1042641 II    
Quatre Bras 1042517 II    
Queens Hall and Town Hall Buildings 1042607 II    
Railings to North East Side of the Old Grammar School 1370751 II    
Red Lion Cottage 1370779 II    
Remains of Former Number 20 1042604 II    
Retaining Wall in Front of Numbers 9 to 17 1370770 II    
Roman Catholic Presbytery 1042605 II    
Sele House 1042515 II    
Shambles 1370800  II*    
Shieldcroft 1042579 II    
St Andrew's Cemetery Gates 1042518 II    
St Andrew's Cemetery Mortuary Chapels 1281281 II    
St Wilfrid's Gateway 1042616  I    
Stable Block to North West of Summer Rods 1042634 II    
Stable of the Spital 1042516  II*    
Station Cottages 1042522 II    
Statue of Lieutenant Colonel GE Benson at Southern End of Beaumont Street 1370777 II 1910  
Storehouse Adjacent to East of Number 12 1203829 II    
Summer Rods 1042633 II    
Sunniside Farmhouse 1042583 II    
Swallowship House 1370804 II    
Temperley Place 1042567 II    
Temperley Place 1042570 II    
Temperley Place 1203962 II    
The 'Tannery', to South East of High Shield House 1042618 II    
The Claustral Buildings of the Former Augustinian Priory of St Andrew Now Incorporated in Hexham Cou 1370776  I    
The Farmhouse 1203676 II    
The Former Hexham Hydropathic (now part of Queen Elizabeth High School) 1042638 II    
The Foundary 1204259 II    
The Leazes 1204227 II    
The Manor Office 1281526  I 1330  
The Moot Hall 1042577  I C14th  
The Old Globe Public House 1042601 II    
The Old Grey Bull Public House 1370772 II    
The Old Queen Elizabeth Grammar School 1281643  II* 1599  
The Priory Church of St Andrews' 1042576  I C7th aka Hexham Abbey
The Ropery, Now the Argyle Cafe 1042524 II    
The Royal Hotel 1281367 II    
The Spital 1370811  I 1802 House
Tomb of John Ridley 1203682 II    
Trinity Methodist Church and Church Hall 1203665 II    
Two Lodges at St Andrew's Cemetery 1204273 II    
Wall 250 Yards Long Screening Oakerland from Road 1042520 II    
Wall on North Side 1281587 II    
Wall to Bowling Green, from Hexham House to Priory Gateway 1042589 II    
Walls to Path Leading to Gaprigg Lane 1370801 II    
Watch Kurrick Farmhouse 1204299 II    
Water Tower at Swallowship House 1042582 II    
Water Tower to South East of Hexham Railway Station 1042521 II    
Wentworth Place 1203820 II    
Westburn 1042609 II    
Westwood Farmhouse 1042630 II    
Woodley Field Farmhouse 1042632 II    
Hexham Bridge 1002905 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hexham Manor Office (or gaol) 1006512 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Remains of medieval priory and Anglo-Saxon monastery under and around Hexham Abbey and its precincts 1006593 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 and Keys to the Past.

Hexham Abbey
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Hexham Abbey
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Old Gaol
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Old Gaol
- Overview About Hexham Old Gaol Map Street View Built c.1330 and one of the first purpose-built prisons in Britain. Today the Old Gaol is a museum, where you can see ...
Moot Hall
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Moot Hall
The Spital
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The Spital
- Overview Map The Spital (house) in Hexham was built in 1802 on the site of the mediaeval St Giles' Hospital.[1] It was the centre of a large estate, with grounds and ...
Hexham Bridge
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Hexham Bridge
- It replaced an earlier bridge, which was destroyed in the Great Flood of 1771. Hexham bridge is Grade II* listed.
Hexham House
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Hexham House
Northumberland Fusiliers Memorial Arch
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Northumberland Fusiliers Memorial Arch
Old Grammar School
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Old Grammar School
- Old Queen Elizabeth Grammar School
Benson Monument
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Benson Monument
- Overview Map Street View This bronze statue of Lieutenant-Colonel George Elliott Benson is located at the south end of Beaumont Street in Hexham. Benson served with the Royal Regiment of ...
Hexham Middle School
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Hexham Middle School
- Overview About the School Map Street View Hexham Middle School is a community school located on Wanless Lane in Hexham. The school is part of an academy trust (Hadrian Learning ...
Signal Box
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Signal Box
- The overhead railway signal box at Hexham was built in c.1896 by the Newcastle and Carlisle Railway. This, and the signal box at Wylam, are the only 2 surviving examples of this type of ...

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