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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Longhirst Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Longhirst 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
14-20, Longhirst Village 1042129 II    
21-23, Longhirst Village 1371018 II    
5, Longhirst Village 1371017 II    
6, 6a and 7, Longhirst Village 1156032 II    
Bridge Drive Walls and Gate Piers on North Approach to Hall 1042121 II    
Church Hall 1042125 II    
Church of St John the Evangelist 1042127 II 1876  by Sir Arthur Blomfield
Conservatory Adjoining Longhirst Hall 1042150 II    
Footbridge into Walled Garden and Attached Wall 1303114 II    
Garden Wall 70 Metres North East of Longhirst Hall and Outbuildings 1371028 II    
Garden Walls to Longhirst Farmhouse and Longhirst Farm Cottage 1303070 II    
Garden Walls to Numbers 13 to 23 1156056 II    
Garden Walls to Numbers 4 to 7 1042128 II    
Garden Walls to Old Moor Farmhouse 1042131 II    
Gate Lodge 500 Metres South West of Longhirst Hall 1042122 II    
Gate Piers and Screen Wall 500 Metres South West of Longhirst Hall 1371013 II    
Glass Houses in Walled Garden 1371012 II    
Greystones and Garden Walls Attached 1371014 II    
K6 Outside Number 13 (Longhirst Post Office) 1236983 II    
Longhirst Farm Cottage 1042126 II    
Longhirst Farmhouse 1371015 II    
Longhirst Post Office 1156048 II    
Lych Gate to Churchyard 1156022 II 1885  
Milestone 110 Metres South of Vicarage 1156010 II    
Milestone on South Side of Road 1042123 II    
Old Moor Farmhouse 1156075 II    
Outbuilding to Rear of Greystones and Attached Wall 1042124 II    
Range of Farmbuildings to East of Middle Moor Farmhouse 1042130 II    
Sundial 25 Metres South of Longhirst Hall 1303107 II    
Longhirst Hall 1303132  II* 1824 by John Dobson
Two Privy Rows Behind Numbers 14 to 20 1156051 II    
War Memorial 1371016 II 1921  
Yard Walls to East of Middle Moor Farmhouse 1371019 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.

Longhirst Civil Parish Longhirst Longhirst Hall War Memorial, Longhirst Lych Gate, St John's, Longhirst
Longhirst Hall
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Longhirst Hall
- Overview Map Street View Longhirst Hall near Morpeth in Northumberland was built in 1824. It was designed by John Dobson for the land owner, William Lawson, who became wealthy from ...
Longhirst
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Longhirst
- Overview Map Street View Longhirst Village in Northumberland is located 3 miles north east of Morpeth. From the 19th century up to the mid 20th century the village of Longhirst ...
Lych Gate, St John's, Longhirst
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Lych Gate, St John's, Longhirst
- Overview Map Street View The lych gate of the Church of St John the Evangelist in Longhirst was built in 1885. It is Grade II listed.
War Memorial, Longhirst
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War Memorial, Longhirst
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Longhirst was unveiled on the 31st of July 1921, dedicated to the local men lost in the First World War. The memorial ...

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