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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Longframlington

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Longframlington Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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
Cairnfield including ring cairn and cup and ring marked rocks 500m north west of Snook Bank 1015635 n/a Bronze Age  
1, Church Street 1041849 II    
2 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Longframlington 1041992 II    
2 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Longframlington Civil Parish 1042039 II    
3 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Longframlington Civil Parish 1041999 II    
3, Church Street 1041850 II    
4, Church Street 1371152 II    
Boundary Stone on Moor 300 Metres North West of Snook Bank Farm 1041857 II    
Boundary Stones on Boundary with Longframlington Civil Parish 460 Metres North of Shirlaw Pike 1304364 II    
Church of St Mary 1303513  I c.1190  
Embleton Hall 1154981 II c.1730  
Entrance Screen and Attached Wall to North West of Newmoor Hall 1303506 II    
Farmbuilding Group to North West of Embleton Hall 1041851 II    
Garden Walls and Attached Kennels to North of Embleton Hall 1041852 II    
Gate Piers Gates and Quadrant Walls to Church of St Mary 1371155 II    
Kielland 1303540 II    
Lamp Standard North West of Gates to Church of St Mary 1155145 II    
Lishman House 1371153 II    
Milepost 180 Metres North of Framlington Gate 1371150 II    
Milepost Opposite Besom Barn Restaurant 1041848 II    
Newmoor Hall 1041854  II* c.1720 NE of Longframlington
Northern Farmhouse at Low Town 1155037 II    
Outbuilding to North of Embleton Hall 1154991 II    
Pair of Boundary Stones to North of Hill Summit 1041993 II    
Pair of Stones on Cartington Longframlington Parish Boundary 1371154 II    
Pair of Stones on Cartington/Longframlington Boundary 1155070 II    
Pant on North of Junction with Church Street 1041853 II 1911  
Quince Cottage 1371151 II    
Rookwood House and Adjacent Cottage 1041856 II    
Row of 4 Stones on Longframlington Newton on the Moor Boundary 1155179 II    
Row of 5 Boundary Stones on Moor to North West of Snook Bank Farm 1303440 II    
Stable Cottage 1041855 II    
Walled Garden to North West of Rookwood House 1371156 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.

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The church of St Mary the Virgin, Longframlington, Northumberland

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Embleton Hall
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Embleton Hall
- Embleton Hall in Longframlington is a country manor house built in c.1730 for Thomas Embleton. It was bought by the Fenwick family in 1780 and remained in the Fenwick Family …
Old Pant
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Old Pant
- This distinctive water pant with a stone lion is located at the junction of Front Street and Church Street in Longframlington, Northumberland. It was built in 1911 to commemorate the …
Newmoor Hall, nr Longframlington
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Newmoor Hall, nr Longframlington
- Newmoor Hall is located about a mile and a half north-east of Longframlington, Northumberland. It was built in c.1720, incorporating fabric from an earlier building. The building was altered in c.1870 …


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