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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Kyloe Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Kyloe Civil Parish, 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
Beal House 1042274 II    
Berrington House 1370932 II    
Berrington Lodge 1370930 II    
Berrington South Farmhouse 1042278 II    
Buckton Farmhouse 1155742 II C18th  
Byre and Granary C 30 Yards North-West of the Old Farmhouse 1303175 II    
Cart Shed C 100 Yards East of Beal House 1370931 II    
Cart Shed C 50 Yards North of the Old Farmhouse 1042284 II    
Cartshed and Hen House C 50 Yards North-West of Fenwick Steads Farmhouse 1042281 II    
Church of St Nicholas 1370949 II 1792 West Kyloe. Parish Church
Cottages and Stables C 35 Yards North-East of Fenwick Steads Farmhouse 1303202 II    
Dovecote C 100 Yards South of East Kyloe Farmhouse 1042280 II    
Dovecote C 200 Yards West of Beal House 1042276 II C18th  
Dovecote C 50 Yards North of Buckton House 1042279 II Medieval  
East Kyloe Tower 1303192 II    
Farmbuildings C 30 Yards East of Beal House 1042275 II    
Fenham Farmhouse 1370935 II 1830  
Kyloe Cottage 1042316 II    
Kyloe Old Vicarage 1155766 II    
Lowlynn Bridge 1155796 II    
Lowlynn House 1042282 II    
Milepost 1/4 Mile North of West Mains 1042315 II    
Milepost 1/4 Mile West of Kyloe 1155590 II    
Milepost at Kyloe Vicarage 1155584 II    
Milepost C 400 Yards South of Berrington Lodge 1042273 II    
Milestone 200 Yards South of Junction with B6353 1303262 II    
Old Farmhouse 1042283 II    
Outbuilding C 20 Yards West of Buckton Farmhouse 1370934 II    
Stable and Granary C 40 Yards North of the Old Farmhouse 1042285 II    
Stable Attached to Rear of Berrington House 1042277 II    
Stable C 10 Yards North of the Old Farmhouse 1155835 II    
Stables C 30 Yards East of Fenwick Steads Farmhouse 1155785 II    
Stores and Garage C 50 Yards East of Fenwick Steads Farmhouse 1370936 II    
Walled Garden and Well C 300 Yards South of Berrington House 1370933 II    
Walled Garden, Stable and Coach House C 30 Yards North of Buckton House 1155748 II    
Kyloe Hills promontory fort 1006479 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Kyloe tower house, East Kyloe 1018444 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Buckton Moor North camp 1006510 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Buckton Moor South camp 1006511 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Buckton dovecote 1006569 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Monastic Grange at Fenham 1015631 n/a 1339 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.

Kyloe Civil Parish Dovecote, Beal Fenham Monastic Grange (ruins) Fenham Farmhouse Farmhouse, Buckton Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe Dovecote, Buckton
Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe
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Church of St Nicholas, West Kyloe
- It replaced an earlier Norman church.
Fenham Farmhouse
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Fenham Farmhouse
- Overview Map Street View The house at Fenham Farm was built 1820 - 1830, and is Grade II listed on the National Heritage List for England. The farm in Fenham, ...
Dovecote, Beal
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Dovecote, Beal
Farmhouse, Buckton
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Farmhouse, Buckton
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Dovecote, Buckton
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Dovecote, Buckton
- Overview Map Street View To the north of Buckton in Northumberland are the well remains of a late medieval/early post-medieval dovecote, which was first documented in 1626.[1] The dovecote has ...
Fenham Monastic Grange (ruins)
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Fenham Monastic Grange (ruins)
- Overview Map Aerial View There are ruins of a monastic grange at Fenham in Northumberland - a farm complex owned by the Benedictine priory of Lindisfarne, on nearby Holy Island. ...

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