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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Longhoughton Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Longhoughton 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
Attached Garden Wall to West of Westfield 1303908 II    
Bridge over Howick Burn 150 Metres South East of Howick Hall, with Attached Churchyard Wall 1154092 II    
Cartshed/Granary to West of Red Stead Farmhouse 1041802 II    
Church of Saints Peter and Paul 1303950  I 1098 Longhoughton
Church of St Michael 1371184 II 1746 Howick
Clark, Davison and Bell Headstones Adjacent to Porch and Aisle Wall of Church of Saints Peter and Pa 1041775 II    
Cross 25 Metres North West of South Gate to Churchyard 1041776 II    
Davison Headstone 2 Metres West of Tower of Church of Saints Peter and Paul 1154234 II    
East House and West House 1154101 II    
Embleton Headstone 6 Metres South of Nave of Church of St Michael 1154069 II    
French Sailors' Memorial 10 Metres North of Gate to Churchyard of St Michael 1041766 II    
Front Garden Walls to Long Row East House and West House 1041770 II    
Garden Wall to South East of Long Row 1041771 II    
Garden Wall to West of Boulmer Hall 1371200 II    
Glendale 1154121 II    
Grey Memorial 30 Metres South West of Church of St Michael 1041769 II    
Group of 4 Medieval Grave Slabs 7 Metres South of Vestry of Church of St Michael 1041767  II*    
Groves Headstone 4 Metres South West of Vestry of Church of St Michael 1371186 II    
Howick Gardens (Head Gardener's House) 1185679 II    
Howick Grange 1153956 II    
Howick Hall Centre Block and Link Galleries 1153968  II* 1782  
Howick Hall West Wing 1041803  II*    
Icehouse 50 Metres North West of Main Gates to Howick Hall 1041765 II    
Lack Headstone 4 Metres South of Vestry of Church of St Michael 1041768 II    
Little Mill Farmhouse 1154169 II    
Littlehoughton Hall 1154138 II    
Long Row 1303986 II    
Longhoughton Hall Farmhouse 1041774 II    
Main Limekiln to East of the Limery 1041773  II* C19th  
Medieval Grave Slab 17 Metres South of Vestry of Church of St Michael 1371185 II    
Middle Terrace Wall to South of Howick Hall 1371220 II    
Milburn Memorial 5 Metres North of Chancel of Church of Saints Peter and Paul 1041777 II    
Old Limekiln at Harlaw Hill Waste Disposal Site 1153931 II C18th  
Old Smithy 1371190 II    
Outbuilding on West of Howick Hall West Wing 1371165 II    
Outbuilding South West of the Bathing House 1371201 II    
Road Bridge and Footbridge 320 Metres South East of Howick Hall 1371187 II    
Round Limekiln to East of the Limery 1154189 II    
Schoolhouse and Old School with Attached Wall and Outbuildings 1371188 II    
Signpost at Juntion with Station Road 1153906 II    
Stable Outbuildings with Yard Wall, Garden Wall and Gate Piers to Westfield House 1041779 II    
Stable to North East of Littlehoughton 1371189 II    
Stableyard Buildings at East End of Howick Hall 1153996  II*    
The Bathing House 1041801 II    
The Goslings 1041772 II    
The Observatory 1154280  I C18th Ratcheugh Observatory
Upper Terrace to South of Howick Hall 1041763 II    
Wall and Steps to East of the Bathing House 1153943 II    
Walled Garden 200 Metres North West of Howick Hall 1041764 II    
Westfield House, Walls and Outbuildings Attached 1041778 II    
Williams Headstone 18 Metres North West of South Gate of Churchyard 1154216 II    
Defended settlement, 600m south east of Red Stead 1014056 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Howick Hall Grounds 1001048 II   Listed Park and Garden
Alnwick Castle Grounds 1001041  I   Listed Park and Garden. Partly in this parish.

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 St Peter and St Paul
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Church of St Peter and St Paul
- Overview Map Street View St Peter and St Paul's is the Parish Church of Longhoughton in Northumberland. The current church was built in late 11th century, on the foundations of an ...
Ratcheugh Observatory
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Ratcheugh Observatory
Limekilns, Littlemill
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Limekilns, Littlemill
- There are 2 large limekilns at Littlemill West Quarry, just over a mile north west of Longhoughton in Northumberland. One is 18th century, the other 19th century. The 18th century ...
Church of St Michael and All Angels
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Church of St Michael and All Angels
- Overview Map Street View St Michael and All Angels is the Parish Church of Howick in Northumberland. It was built in 1746 on the site of an earlier medieval church, ...
Howick Hall
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Howick Hall
- Howick Hall, the home of the Greys was built in 1782 by Newcastle architect William Newton. In 1809,  Charles, 2nd Earl Grey comissioned George Wyatt to enlarge the hall. The ...
Limekiln, Harlaw Hill
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Limekiln, Harlaw Hill
- 18th century limekiln located at Harlaw Hill, just west of Longhoughton in Nothumberland. The kiln is Grade II listed.

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