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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Lowther Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Lowther Civil Parish, Cumbria, 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
Nos. 1-12, Lowther Village 1145293  II*    
Nos. 13-20, Lowther Village 1326823  II*    
Nos. 21 and 22, Lowther Village 1326824  II*    
Nos. 23-26, Lowther Village 1145295  II*    
Askham Bridge 1145321 II 1897 Partly in this parish.
Barn South of Hill Rise 1068756 II    
Barns Adjoining North of Hackthorpe Hall 1145325 II    
Boxwood Cottage 1145322 II    
Brockle Bank and Barn Adjoining 1356127 II    
Bush Cottage and Barn Adjoining 1356120 II    
Church of St Michael 1145328  II* C12th Parish church
Clematis Cottage and Sycamore Cottage 1356581 II    
Cross South of Church of St Michael 1145289 II    
Fossils 1145296 II    
Gate Piers and Gates South of Church of St Michael 1326822 II    
Gate Piers for Lowther Castle Opposite the College 1342722 II    
Hackthorpe Hall 1145324  II*    
Hearse House North of Church of St Michael 1145291 II    
Hill Rise 1145323 II    
Inner Terrace Wall, Ramps and Steps North of Lowther Castle 1343690  II*    
Larch Cottage with Barn and Stable Adjoining 1145297 II    
Lilac Cottage 1145298 II    
Lodge North of Lowther Castle 1356111  II*    
Low Gardens Bridge 1380167 II    
Low Moor 1145292 II    
Lowther Castle 1068767  II* 1814 Country house on Medieval site. 
Lowther Castle Inn and Former Stables 1068737 II    
Lowther Cottage 1356573  II*    
Lowther Mausoleum South West of Church of St Michael 1326821 II 1857 Mausoleum for the Lowther family
Milestone North of Hackthorpe 1068724 II    
Mounting Block at East End of Church of St Michael 1145290 II    
Outer Terrace Wall North of Lowther Castle 1145327  II*    
Park Side 1342723 II    
Pump and Trough South of Numbers 13-20 1145294  II*    
Rose Cottage and Stable Adjoining 1326825 II    
Stable Block East of Lowther Castle 1145326  II*    
Thorpe Grange 1326799 II    
Townend Farmhouse and Barn Adjoining 1326800 II    
Walliss House 1326786 II    
Whale Cottage and Adjoining Barn 1326787 II    
Whale Farm Cottage and Barn Adjoining (In the Occupation of Mr and Mrs Wilford) 1342742 II    
Woodside and Newtown Head 1077010 II    
Lowther Castle - Grounds 1000668 II   Listed Park and Garden.
Long barrow on Trainford Brow 1012825 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Romano-British settlement at Cragside Wood 1008239 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Melkinthorpe medieval settlement, part of its associated open field system and the site of Melkinthorpe Hall 1016758 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.

Lowther Civil Parish Lowther Castle Lowther Mausoleum Askham Bridge Church of St Michael, Lowther
Lowther Castle
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Lowther Castle
- Overview About Lowther Castle Map Street View   Lowther Castle is a country house in the historic county of Westmorland, which now forms part of the modern county of Cumbria, …
Church of St Michael, Lowther
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Lowther Mausoleum
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Lowther Mausoleum
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Askham Bridge
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Askham Bridge
- Askham Bridge over the River Lowther was built in 1897. The bridge is Garde II listed.


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