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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Scargill Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Scargill Civil Parish, County Durham, 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
Castle Farmhouse and Byre with Loft to Left 1161319 II    
Cottage, Byre and Loose Boxes, 10 Metres North of Castle Farmhouse 1161336 II    
Foundations and Fragment of a Chapel 1310178 II    
Garden Wall to South of Castle Farmhouse 1121821 II    
Scargill Castle 1121820  II* C12th  
Scargill fortified house, medieval settlement and associated field system 1017320 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman shrine on Scargill Moor 1002317 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Medieval chapel 350m south east of Castle Farm 1019579 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 and Keys to the Past.

Scargill Civil Parish Scargill Castle
Scargill Castle
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Scargill Castle
- Overview Map Scargill was originally built in the late 12th century by Warren de Scargill whilst he was overseeing building work at the nearby Bowes Castle. King Edward II is ...

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