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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hunderthwaite


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Hunderthwaite Civil Parish, 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
Balder Bridge 1121041  II* 1681 Partly in this parish.
Doe Park 1323079  II*    
Doe Park Cross Base, 170 Metres East of Doe Park 1121015 II    
Field Barn, 350 Metres North East of Moor View 1121022 II    
Field Barn, 55 Metres South East of High Birk Hat Farmhouse 1121018 II    
Field Barn, 700 Metres East of Hunderthwaite Farmhouse 1160362 II    
Garden Wall, Attached to Right Return of Wildon Grange 1323059 II    
Gate Piers, 60 Metres South East of Wildon Grange 1160245 II    
High Birk Hat Farmhouse, Attached Barn and Byre 1121016 II    
Hunderthwaite Farmhouse and Attached Farmbuildings 1160321 II    
L Plan Farmbuildings, 30 Metres North West of West New Houses Farmhouse 1121020 II    
Limekiln 500 Metres North West of High Birk Hat Farmhouse 1121019 II    
Linked Farmbuildings to Left of High Birk Farmhouse 1121017 II    
Linked Outbuildings and Wall Attached to Left of Wildon Grange 1160237 II    
Railway Viaduct over River Balder 1121043 II    
Road Bridge, 400 Metres West of Town Head Farmhouse, on Road to Mickleton 1323082 II    
Road Bridge, 75 Metres East of West New Houses Farmhouse 1121021 II    
Stable Block and Byres 130 Metres North of Doe Park 1121014 II    
Summerhouse 180 Metres South East of Woden Croft 1160214 II    
West New Houses Barn, 25 Metres West of West New Houses Farmhouse 1323080 II    
Wildon Grange 1121053 II    
Woden Croft 1323058 II    
The Christening Stone, 160m east of Doe Park 1016878 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A carved rock with at least 12 cups, 560m north of Brier Dykes, Baldersdale 1016591 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup and groove marked rock 590m north of Brier Dykes, Baldersdale 1016592 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A prehistoric carved rock with four cups 620m north of Brier Dykes, Baldersdale 1016593 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup and groove marked rock 450m WNW of Howgill Grange, Baldersdale 1016594 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup marked rock on the summit of the hill, 420m west of Howgill Grange 1016602 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cup and groove marked rock on the south bank of Scaletree Gill, 560m north west of Park House Farm, Baldersdale 1016603 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Four carved rocks on Blake Hill, 520m NNW of Hill Gill Farm, Baldersdale 1016613 n/a   Scheduled Monument
A palisaded hilltop enclosure, a carved rock and a small enclosure, 480m north west of Brier Dykes, Baldersdale 1016614 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.

Hunderthwaite Civil Parish Balder Bridge, Cotherstone
Balder Bridge, Cotherstone
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Balder Bridge, Cotherstone
- Overview Map Street View The stone road bridge over the River Balder at Cotherstone dates back to the 15th century. It was rebuilt c.1681 and the upstream side of the ...

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