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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Kirkby Lonsdale

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Kirkby Lonsdale 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
Nos. 1 New Road and 32 Main Street 1145772 II    
Nos. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 13 and 15, Market Square 1145756 II    
No. 1, Beck Head 1318951 II    
No. 1, Fairbank 1311967 II    
No. 1, Market Street 1318969 II    
Nos. 10 and 12, Horse Market 1318942 II    
No. 10, Mill Brow 1311713 II    
No. 10, Mitchelgate 1158021 II    
Nos. 11 and 13, Main Street 1145790 II    
No. 11, Fairbank 1138186 II    
No. 11, Market Street 1157884 II    
No. 12, Queens Square 1158103 II    
Nos. 13, 15, Market Street 1318970 II    
No. 13, Fairbank 1145809 II    
No. 13, New Road 1318939 II    
Nos. 14 and 16, Fairbank 1145812 II    
Nos. 14 and 16, Horse Market 1145778 II    
No. 14, Market Street 1157950 II    
No. 14, Mitchelgate 1145770 II    
No. 15, Fairbank 1138195 II    
Nos. 16 and 16a, Main Street 1318947 II    
No. 16, Mitchelgate 1158041 II    
Nos. 17 and 19, Main Street 1146433 II    
No. 17, Mitchelgate 1145771 II    
No. 18 Main Street 1138361 II    
Nos. 19 and 21, Mitchelgate 1158051 II    
Nos. 2 and 8, Vicarage Lane 1145738 II    
No. 2, Horse Market 1318941 II    
No. 2, Market Square 1318968 II    
No. 2, Market Street 1145760 II    
No. 2, Mitchelgate 1158008 II    
Nos. 20 and 22 Main Street 1145785 II    
No. 20, Market Street 1157959 II    
Nos. 21 and 23, Main Street 1145791 II    
No. 25, Main Street 1311805 II    
Nos. 29 and 31, Main Street 1145792 II    
Nos. 3, 5, 7, 9 and 11, New Road 1158086 II    
No. 3, Fairbank 1145808 II    
No. 31, Mitchelgate 1318938 II    
Nos. 32 and 34, Main Street 1146322 II    
No. 35, Main Street 1146463 II    
No. 36a, Main Street 1145786 II    
No. 37, Main Street 1318949 II    
No. 39, Main Street 1146469 II    
Nos. 4 and 6, Fairbank 1318931 II    
No. 4, Church Street 1145806 II    
No. 4, Horse Market 1145776 II    
No. 4, Market Street 1311720 II    
No. 4, Mill Brow 1145763 II    
No. 4, Mitchelgate 1145768 II    
Nos. 40, 42a, 42b, 44, Main Street 1146348 II    
No. 41, Main Street 1145794 II    
No. 45, Main Street 1146476 II    
Nos. 47 and 49, Main Street 1318950 II    
Nos. 48, 50 and 52, Main Street 1145787 II    
Nos. 5 and 7, Queens Square 1145773 II    
No. 5, Beck Head 1145798 II    
No. 51, Main Street 1146491 II    
Nos. 54 and 56, Main Street 1146364 II    
No. 57, Main Street 1146494 II    
No. 58, Main Street 1145788 II    
Nos. 6 and 8, Horse Market 1145777 II    
Nos. 6 and 8, Mitchelgate 1145769 II    
No. 6, Mill Brow 1311708 II    
Nos. 63 and 65, Main Street 1145753 II    
No. 67, Main Street 1145754 II    
Nos. 8 and 12, Fairbank 1138219 II    
No. 8, Market Street 1157934 II    
Abbeyfield Lodge 1145811 II    
Abbot Hall 1311673 II    
Biggins Cottage and Attached Outbuilding 1145803 II    
Biggins Hall Farmhouse 1138063 II    
Biggins House 1145804 II    
Biggins Lodge Farmhouse with Barn Attached at Rear 1145802 II    
Cherkeby Cottages 1138141 II    
Church Brow Cottage 1311544  II*    
Church of St Mary 1145774  I C12th Restored 1866
Churchyard Gates 1145807 II    
Cross Cottage 1145764 II    
Deans Biggin Farmhouse 1318967 II    
Devil's Bridge 1086899  I 1370 Partly in this parish
Dutch Barn (Approximately 100 Metres North East of Home Farm Farmhouse 1158193 II    
Dutch barn (approximately 50 metres south west of Home Farm Cottage) 1318957 II    
Fairbank Cottage and Wall Between Fairbank Cottage and Number 4 Fairbank 1311947 II    
Fell Side Farmhouse 1145783 II    
Former Trustee Savings Bank 1145757 II    
Former Weigh House 1157985 II    
Fountain House 1145799 II    
Game Larder Adjacent to Home Farm Cottage 1145736 II    
Gatepiers at Underley Lodge 1158258 II    
Gatepiers to Cemetery North of Cockpit Hill 1145775 II    
Gazebo in Churchyard to North of Church of St Mary 1145739 II C18th  
Hawes Cottage 1311609 II    
High Biggins Old Hall 1145801  II*    
High Moorgate 1311914 II    
Home Farm Cottage 1158213 II    
Home Farm Farmhouse, Attached Game Larder and Coach House 1145735 II    
Home Farm Stable Approximately 75 Metres North East of Home Farm Cottage 1311590 II    
Ivy Cottage 1145779 II    
Jingling End 1318943 II    
Kearstwick Cottages 1138300 II    
Kearstwick Hill 1145781 II    
Kearstwick Institiute 1318944 II    
Kearstwick Lodge 1145780 II    
Kings Arms 1145759 II    
Laundry Cottage 1138095 II    
Library 1138114 II    
Low Moorgate 1318945 II    
Market Cross (Market Square) 1145758 II 1905  
Market Cross (Swine Gate) 1145765 II Medieval Cross base, Swine Market
Market House 1311751 II    
Milestone Approximately 650 Yards North West of Tearnside Hall 1138325 II    
Milestone Immediately South East of Town End House 1145789 II    
Mill Brow House 1145767 II    
Monument entitled Obelisk, in the churchyard to the west of the Church of St Mary 1318956 II    
Monument to Christopher Preston 1763 and Achilles Preston 1814 in the Churchyard and to the South of 1158155 II    
Monument to Dorothy Cartwright in the Churchyard to East of St Mary 1145731 II    
Monument to Edward Theobalds in the Churchyard to the West of the Church of St Mary 1158166 II    
Monument to John Dent, in the Churchyard to East of Church of St Mary 1158139 II    
Monument to Richard Turner and Family, in the Churchyard and to the South of the Church of St Mary 1318955 II    
Monument to Rowland Tarham in the Churchyard to East of Church of St Mary 1318940 II    
Monument to the Burrow Family in the Churchyard to East of Church of St Mary 1158113 II    
Monument to Thomas Newby in the Churchyard to South of the Church of St Mary 1311635 II    
Monument to Thomas Tiffin in the Churchyard to the West of the Church of St Mary 1145733 II    
National Westminster Bank 1145795 II    
No. 10, Main Street 1311895 II    
No. 17 and 19, Fairbank 1145810 II    
No. 3, Mill Brow 1311683 II    
Nos 1 and 3 (Nether Riggs) 1145800 II    
Number 16 and 18 and Outbuildings Along East Side of Yard and Backing Onto Churchyard 1145762 II    
Number 18 and Smithy 1138258 II    
Number 2 and Attached Stable 1318937 II    
Number 3 and Workshop at Rear 1318926 II    
Number 6 (Sun Inn) and Block to Rear Now Part of Sun Inn 1145761 II    
Number 62 the Cottage Behind Number 62 1311821 II    
Number 69 and Adjoining Range Along Mill Brow 1318966 II    
Number 9, Garden Wall and Gatepiers Fronting Road Immediately to North 1146420 II    
Numbers 10 and 12 and Outbuildings Backing Onto Churchyard 1318936 II    
Numbers 2 and 4 with Barn Attached at Rear 1145797 II    
Old Manor House 1145766 II    
Rectory and St Mary's Lodge 1318959 II    
Red Dragon Hotel 1145796 II    
Rose Cottage 1145805 II    
Rose Tree Cottage 1138306 II    
Royal Hotel 1318948 II    
Scar Brow 1145755 II    
Schoolroom at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School 1318927 II    
Snooty Fox Tavern 1145793 II    
Spital Farmhouse 1318946 II    
Stables to South East at the Gables 1138200 II    
Summerhouse to South of Green Close 1311887 II    
Tearnside Cottage and Attached Barn 1138314 II    
Tearnside Hall and Attached Stable and Barn 1145782  II*    
The Courtyard 1138174 II    
The Gables 1318930 II    
The Orange Tree 1318929 II    
Town End House and the Courts 1145784 II    
Underley Hall School 1311597  II* 1828  
Underley Home Farm Farmyard (Front Range) 1145734 II    
Underley Lodge 1145737 II    
Unknown Monument to South of Monument to the Burrow Family in the Churchyard East of Church of St Ma 1145732 II    
Wood End Farmhouse 1318928 II    
Cockpit Hill, medieval motte castle 1007153 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Devil's Bridge 1007209 n/a 1370 Scheduled Monument
Scalford settlement near Kirkby Lonsdale 1007194 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.

Kirkby Lonsdale Town Council area Gazebo in Churchyard, St Mary's Church Old Market Cross, Kirkby Lonsdale Market Cross Underley Hall Church of St Mary Devil's Bridge
Church of St Mary
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Church of St Mary
- Overview About St Mary's Church Map Street View St Mary's Church is located by the River Lune in Kirkby Lonsdale. The church was built in the 12th Century, with later extensions, …
Devil's Bridge
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Devil's Bridge
Market Cross
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Market Cross
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Underley Hall
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Underley Hall
- Overview About Underley Hall Map   Underley Hall is a large country house near Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria. It was designed in a Jacobean Revival style by the architect George …
Old Market Cross, Kirkby Lonsdale
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Old Market Cross, Kirkby Lonsdale
- Overview Map Street View The medieval market cross is located on the cobbled square of the Swine Market in Kirkby Lonsdale. The cross originally stood at junction of Main Street, …
Gazebo in Churchyard, St Mary's Church
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Gazebo in Churchyard, St Mary's Church
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