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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Kirkby Stephen

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Kirkby Stephen 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
No. 1, the Green 1145030 II    
No. 13, Market Street 1145036 II    
No. 14, Market Street 1137016 II    
Nos. 2 and 3, Nateby Road 1145042 II    
Nos. 23 and 25, Market Square 1136954 II    
No. 27, Market Square 1136972 II    
No. 28, Market Street 1326931 II    
No. 3, Market Street 1312527 II    
No. 32, Market Street 1137034 II    
No. 34, Market Street 1145039 II    
No. 35, Market Square 1136994 II    
No. 36, Market Square 1326929 II    
No. 36, Market Street 1137038 II    
No. 39, North Road 1137066 II    
No. 4, Melbecks 1137046 II    
No. 40, Market Street 1137041 II    
No. 41, North Road 1145043 II    
Nos. 43 and 45, North Road and 3 and 4, Church Walk 1326953 II    
No. 61, Croft Street 1145027 II    
Barclays Bank and Area Railings to Front 1326930 II    
Barn on South Corner with Croft Street 1145028 II    
Black Bull Hotel 1326932 II C19th Market Street
Brougham House 1136912 II    
Church Hall 1145007 II    
Church of St Stephen 1136925  II* c.1240 Parts rebuilt in 1847.
Croft House and Adjacent Shop 1137028 II    
Eden Lodge 1145005 II    
Fletcher House 1145040 II    
Forecourt Gate and Railings to Manor House 1312513 II    
Forecourt Gate and Railings to Mitre House 1145033 II    
Forecourt Gates and Railings to Fletcher House 1326933 II    
Former Grammar School 1145006 II   Vicarage Lane. Now the Local Links centre.
Frank's Bridge 1145010 II C17th Footbridge over River Eden. Partly in this parish.
House Adjoining Temperance Hall to East 1326934 II    
House to Rear of Number 16 1145038 II    
King's Arms Hotel 1137008 II    
Kirkby Stephen War Memorial 1457753 II 1920  
Lowmill Bridge 1326954 II C17th  
Mitre House 1136938 II    
North Lodge to Stobars Hall 1145009 II    
Nos. 16 and 18, Market Street 1145037 II    
Pennine Hotel 1145034 II    
Railway Overbridge at NY770075 1145019 II    
Redmayne House 1145029 II    
Shop to North East Corner 1145032 II    
Shop to North of Mitre House 1326927 II    
Shop to south west corner 1326928 II    
Sleddall House and Area Railings 1145035 II    
Stobars Hall 1145008 II 1829 On site of earlier building
Temperance Hall 1137058 II 1856 Nateby Road
The Cloisters, Including Railings and Gates 1145031 II 1810  
The Manor House 1145041 II    
Croglam Castle defended Iron Age settlement 1004615 n/a Iron Age Scheduled Monument
Intake Bottom settlement enclosure and hut circle, 500m WSW of Croglam Castle 1007085 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Waitby Castle enclosed Romano-British settlement and part of a medieval dyke 1018063 n/a Roman Scheduled Monument
Two Romano-British enclosed settlements and an associated regular aggregate field system at Waitby Intake 1018064 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 Stephen Town Council Area Croglam Castle (Iron Age site) Kirkby Stephen Waitby Castle (Romano-British settlement) Church of St Stephen Black Bull Hotel, Kirkby Stephen Temperance Hall, Kirkby Stephen Stobars Hall, Kirkby Stephen Frank's Bridge The Cloisters War Memorial Old Grammar School, Kirkby Stephen
Church of St Stephen
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Church of St Stephen
- Overview About St Stephen's Church Map Street View St Stephen's Church is the parish church of Kirkby Stephen. It is sometimes called the "Cathedral of the Dales" in reference to …
Frank's Bridge
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Frank's Bridge
- Overview About Frank's Bridge Map Street View Frank's Bridge is a narrow pedestrian stone footbridge over the River Eden in Kirkby Stephen. It was built in the 17th century as …
The Cloisters
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The Cloisters
War Memorial
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War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Kirkby Stephen is located in the market square. The memorial is in the style of a 15th century cross made of Lazonby …
Black Bull Hotel, Kirkby Stephen
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Black Bull Hotel, Kirkby Stephen
- Overview Map Street View The Black Bull is located on Market Street in Kirkby Stephen. The hotel dates from the early 19th century and is a Grade II listed building …
Temperance Hall, Kirkby Stephen
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Temperance Hall, Kirkby Stephen
Stobars Hall, Kirkby Stephen
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Stobars Hall, Kirkby Stephen
- Overview Map Street View Stobars Hall is a former mansion, located about ½ mile west of Kirkby Stephen. The hall incorporates datestones of 1695 and 1866, but the present building …
Old Grammar School, Kirkby Stephen
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Old Grammar School, Kirkby Stephen
- Overview Map Street View The old Grammar School building is located on Vicarage Lane in Kirkby Stephen. The coursed rubble building has a bellcote to it's south end and a …
Croglam Castle (Iron Age site)
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Croglam Castle (Iron Age site)
- Overview Map This is a Scheduled Monument at the south-west of Kirkby Stephen. It includes the earthwork and buried remains of a defended settlement of Iron Age date, situated on …
Waitby Castle (Romano-British settlement)
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Waitby Castle (Romano-British settlement)
- Overview Map Castle Hill is located about ¼ mile east of the village of Waitby and 1 mile west of Kirkby Stephen. Waitby Castle is an oval-shaped Romano-British hilltop enclosure situated …


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