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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Lanchester Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Lanchester 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~ Notes
39, Front Street 1185988 II    
Biggin Farm Cottage 1185993 II    
Boundary Stone at West Side of Former Railway Line 1233311 II    
Boundary Stone Circa 220 Metres West of Stuartfield Lodge 1299410 II    
Brookvilla 1185986 II    
Burnhopeside Hall 1299442  II*    
Burnhopeside Hall Farmhouse and Farm Buildings 1116101  II*    
Church of All Saints 1185983  I C12th  
Colepike Hall and Attached Wall 1116083 II    
Deanery Farmhouse and Cottage with Attached Barn 1185982 II    
East Barn at Broadwood Home Farm 1320292 II    
Fenhall Lodge 1116332 II    
Garden Wall North East of Woodlands Hall 1299409 II    
Hamsteels Hall Farmhouse 1115409  II*    
Hollinside Terrace 1320276 II    
Humber House Farmhouse 1185991 II    
Hurbuck Farmhouse 1299408 II    
Icehouse Circa 100 Metres North East of Burnhopeside Hall 1185977 II    
Lanchester House with Walls in Front 1320434 II    
Lanchester Post Office 1185987 II    
Lodge Well Circa 100 Metres to South of the Lodge 1115582 II    
Milestone Circa 50 Metres North of Junction with Eliza Lane 1185976 II    
Milestone Opposite South End of Hollinside Terrace 1299403 II    
Milestone South West of Broadwood Cottages 1299404 II    
New Field House 1115502 II    
Patrick Tomb Circa 13 Metres East of Church of All Saints 1185984 II    
Piers and Walls South East of Fenhall Lodge 1185966 II    
Prospect House 1185985 II    
Pumping House Circa 100 Metres South of Broadwood Farm 1299405 II    
Queens Head Public House 1115479 II    
Smith Opposite Broadwood Cottages 1185979 II    
Terrace Wall and Piers in Front of Colepike Hall 1185978 II    
The Deanery 1115559 II    
The Lodge 1185981 II    
Walls and Piers in Front of Garden of Colepike Hall 1116052 II    
Walls and Piers in Front of the Deanery 1299406 II    
Walls Steps Piers Railings and Gates to South and East of Church of All Saints 1320381 II    
War memorial outside All Saints' Roman Catholic Church, Lanchester 1438929 II    
West Barn at Broadwood Home Farm 1185980 II    
White Tomb Circa 40 Metres North East of Church of All Saints 1115520 II    
Woodlands Hall 1185992 II    
Lanchester Roman fort (Longovicium) 1002361 n/a C2nd Scheduled Monument
Remains of Roman aqueduct 1005582 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.

Church of All Saints, Lanchester
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Church of All Saints, Lanchester
- Overview Map Street View All Saints is the Parish church in Lanchester, County Durham. The original building dates from the mid 12th Century, and was extended by the Bishop of …
Longovicium, Lanchester Roman Fort
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Longovicium, Lanchester Roman Fort
- Overview About Longovicium Map Street View Longovicium was a Roman fort established in the mid 2nd century AD, which lay on Dere Street, the Roman road connecting York with the …


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