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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Leadgate and Medomsley Ward


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Leadgate and Medomsley Ward, County Durham, 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~ Note
2 Tombs Circa 5 Metres South of Chancel of Church of St Ebba 1240420 II    
Balustrade, Gate Piers, Gate and Cistern to East of Hamsterley Hall 1240330 II    
Beckwith Headstones Circa 10 Metres South of Vestry of Church of at Ebba 1240474 II    
Board Cottage 1240530 II    
Burn House 1240477 II    
Chare Top Cottage 1240414 II    
Church House 1261002 II    
Church of Our Lady and St Joseph 1356667 II    
Church of St Ebba 1240418  II* C12th Ebchester
Church of St Ives 1240559 II 1868 Leadgate
Church of St Mary Magdalene 1240478  I C13th Medomsley
Cupola in Garden to East of Hamsterley Hall 1356660 II    
Demesne Farm 1240412  II*    
Derwent Cote Steel Furnace (The Cone) 1240411  I 1720  
Derwent Oak Farm 1067539 II    
Derwentcote Cottage 1356658 II    
Derwentcote Lodge 1067541 II    
Ebchester Old Bridge 1156149 II    
Ebchester War Memorial 1436828 II    
Gate Piers and Gate East of Hamsterley Hall 1356661 II    
Gate Piers and Gates of Church of St Mary Magdalene 1260989 II    
Gate Piers and Gates South East of Hamsterley Hall 1261065 II    
Gates, Gate Piers, Dwarf Walls and Screen of Hamsterley Hall 1261082 II    
Group of 2 Tombs Circa 5 Metres South of Vestry of Church of St Ebba 1240419 II    
Group of 3 Tombs Circa 3 Metres South of Nave of St Mary Magdalene 1240481 II    
Group of 5 Tombs Circa 3 Metres South of Vestry of Church of St Ebba 1261000 II    
Hamsterley Colliery War Memorial 1447357 II    
Hamsterley Hall, with Wall and Outbuilding Adjoining 1067550  II*    
Handley Cross Bridge 1067552 II    
Iveston War Memorial 1438711 II    
Jubilee House 1261004 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk in Front of Chare Top Cottage 1240417 II    
Leadgate War Memorial 1438942 II    
Leyburn Tombs Circa 7 Metres South of Nave of Church of St Ebba 1240471 II    
Main's Farmhouse 1240470 II    
Mill House 1240557 II    
Outbuilding North East of Demesne House 1260998 II    
Outbuilding to South of Prospect House 1261014 II    
Outbuilding West of Board Cottage 1260990 II    
Pinnacle in Garden to East of Hamsterley Hall 1240326 II    
Pontburn Bridge 1067548 II    
Pontburn Viaduct 1240298 II    
Pound Behind School House 1240476 II    
Prospect House 1240410 II    
School House and Wall Attached 1261003 II    
St Mary's Convent 1240408 II    
Stevenson Tomb Clost to Chancel South Wall of Church of St Mary Magdalene 1260988 II    
The Former Rectory 1240475 II    
The Old Lodge at Hamsterley Hall and Wall Attached 1356659 II    
Tomb Circa 15 Metres South of Nave of St Mary Magdalene 1240479 II    
Walls in Front of Demesne Farm and Demesne House 1240413 II    
Wheldon House 1260999 II    

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.

Civil Parishes in County Durham Church of Mary Magdalene, Medomsley Church of St Ebba, Ebchester Derwentcote Steel Furnace Church of St Ives, Leadgate
Church of St Ives, Leadgate
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Church of St Ives, Leadgate
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Derwentcote Steel Furnace
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Derwentcote Steel Furnace
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Church of Mary Magdalene, Medomsley
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Church of Mary Magdalene, Medomsley
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Church of St Ebba, Ebchester
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Church of St Ebba, Ebchester
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