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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Rockcliffe, Cumbria


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Rockcliffe Civil Parish, Cumbria, 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
Becklands 1138326 II    
Castletown 1087596  II* 1811 Country house
Church of St Mary 1087594  II* 1848 On Medival site
Churchyard Cross, South of Church of St Mary 1138346  I C10th Medieval standing cross
Floriston Rigg and Adjoining Outbuildings with Gingang 1146356 II    
Garden Cottage 1087593 II    
Garden Wall to North West of Harker Lodge 1335569 II    
Garristown and Adjoining Outbuildings 1087597 II    
Gates, Piers and Walls East of Castletown 1335572 II c.1811 Entance to Castletown Estate
Harker Farmhouse 1087591 II    
Harker Lodge and Adjoining Outbuildings 1087592 II    
Lodge to East of Castletown 1146345 II c.1811 Entance to Castletown Estate
Milestone at National Grid Reference NY 39610 61400 1335570 II    
The Crown and Thistle Public House 1335571 II C19th Rockcliffe
The Old Hall 1146312 II c.1730 Rockcliffe
Town Head 1087595 II C18th House. Rockcliffe
Rockcliffe Cross 1007169 n/a C10th 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.

Rockcliffe Civil Parish Entrance Gateway, Castletown Church of St Mary, Rockcliffe Rockcliffe Medieval Cross Old Hall, Rockcliffe The Crown and Thistle, Rockcliffe Castletown House Entrance Lodge, Castletown
Church of St Mary, Rockcliffe
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Church of St Mary, Rockcliffe
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's Church in Rockcliffe was built in 1848, by James Stewart of Carlisle, replacing a medieval church here. The church tower had to be rebuilt ...
Rockcliffe Medieval Cross
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Rockcliffe Medieval Cross
- Overview Map Street View The Rockcliffe Cross is a medieval high cross which stands in the churchyard of St Mary's Church in Rockcliffe, Cumbria. The cross dates from the 10th ...
The Crown and Thistle, Rockcliffe
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The Crown and Thistle, Rockcliffe
- Overview Map Street View The Crown and Thistle is a public house and resturant in Rockcliffe, Cumbria. The building dates from the 19th century, with a 20th century extention.[1] The ...
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Town Head

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Rockcliffe Old Hall

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Castletown House
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Castletown House
- Overview Map Street View The Castletown Estate and farm is located on the north banks of the River Eden about ½ mile west of the village of Rockcliffe in Cumbria. ...
Entrance Gateway, Castletown
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Entrance Gateway, Castletown
- Overview Map Street View The gates, piers and walls to the Castletown Estate date from c.1811, when Castletown house was built. The entrance to the estate is located on the ...
Old Hall, Rockcliffe
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Old Hall, Rockcliffe
- Overview Map Street View The Old Hall is located by the River Eden, north-east of the village of Rockcliffe in Cumbria. The house was built c.1730 on, or close to ...
Entrance Lodge, Castletown
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Entrance Lodge, Castletown
- The entrance lodge to the east of Castletown was probably built in 1811, the same date as the house. It is located on the driveway to the estate, which is accessed ...

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