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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Hunstanworth Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Hunstanworth Civil Parish, County Durham, 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
Blanchband Bridge, Partly in County of Northumberland 1229851 II    
Boundary Stone About 100 Metres East of Road to Stanhope, on Parish Boundary 1279145 II C19th  
Boundary Stone at Dead Friar 1230502 II    
Buckshott Farmhouse and Byres Adjoining 1229335 II    
Chimney of Engine House at Sikehead Lead Mine 1229528 II    
Chimney, Building Abutting and Larger Building 1229598 II    
Church of St James 1229537  II* 1863 On medieval site.
Corner Cottage, Mansion Cottage 1229573 II    
Courtyard and Orchard Walls in Front of Stable Block 1229585 II    
Former School and House Attached (Old Church House) 1278995 II    
Former Vicarage with Terrace Retaining Wall and Steps 1279150 II    
Giant's Stride, west of The Old School, in former schoolyard 1229910 II    
High Garden House 1229671 II    
Hunstanworth Farm East Byre Range 1229595 II    
Hunstanworth Farm North Range 1278997 II    
Hunstanworth Farm West Range 1229594 II    
Hunstanworth Farmhouse 1229593 II    
Mill Cottage and House Adjoining at Jamieson's Mill 1229763 II    
Moor View (House Opposite Church, Shown As Os Map As Shangri La) 1229589 II    
Outbuilding North of Townfield House 1229599 II    
Outbuilding South of Ramshaw House 1278999 II    
Ramshaw House and Attached Outbuildings 1229597 II    
Range to East of Hunstanworth Farm East Byre Range 1278998 II    
School House 1229923 II    
Sledge Meadows 1229596 II    
Smelt Mill Flue Chimney About 50 Metres East of Spikehead Dam 1279148 II    
South View Cottage 1229337 II    
Stable Block of Former Vicarage 1229338 II    
The Old School 1229600 II    
Tower in Churchyard of Church of St James 1229336 II    
Townfield Cottages 1229601 II    
Townfield House 1279001 II    
Walls and gate in front of Hunstanworth Farm and farmhouse 1278954 II    
Walls Around Former Schoolyard, and Letter Box 1279002 II    
Walls Enclosing Garden and Yard of Townfield House 1229874 II    
Walls in Front of Townfield Cottages 1279003 II    
Walls on North Side of Village Street in Front of South View, Woodside Cottage, the Cottage, Mansion 1229592 II    
Walls on South Side of Village Street in Front of Ivy Cottage, Moor View and Old Church House 1278996 II    
Walls, Piers and Gates Enclosing Yard of Church of St James 1229558 II    
West End, Pine Cottage and Ivy Cottage, with Area Wall and Gates 1279149 II    
Lead mining remains at Ramshaw 1015862 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Tower house in the churchyard of St James's Church 1016926 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Beldon lead mine and ore works at Beldon Shields 1016462 n/a   Scheduled Monument. Partly in Blanchland CP

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.

Hunstanworth Civil Parish


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