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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Sedgefield

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Sedgfield town, County Durham, from the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
10, Rectory Row 1322838 II    
10, West End 1121491 II    
3 and 5, North End 1310789 II    
3, the Square 1160061 II    
4, Rectory Row 1159999 II    
Barn, 15 Metres to Rear of Green Hill Farmhouse 1310833 II    
Barrington Lodge 1160009 II    
Black Lion Public House and Former Stable Wing 1322836 II    
Ceddesfeld Hall 1160001 II 1793 Former rectory now community hall
Church of St Edmund 1121482  I c.1254  
Church of St Luke, Winterton Hospital 1121490 II    
Church of St Mary 1159838 II    
Churchyard Wall, 40 Metres West of Church of St Edmund 1121483 II    
Cole Hill Linked Farmbuildings 1121515 II    
Crosshill Hotel 1322840 II    
Elm House 1322833 II    
Gate Piers, 10 Metres East of Manor House 1160119 II    
Gate Piers, 30 Metres North of Ceddesfeld Hall 1322839 II    
Gothic Gatehouse to Hardwick Park 1322811  II* 1764 with tower
Green Hill Farmhouse and Attached Outbuilding 1322812 II    
Hardwick Arms Hotel 1121488 II    
Hardwick Hall Hotel 1159801 II    
Hope Inn 1159944 II    
Joan's Fruit and Freezer Centre and 1121486 II    
Lych Gate, 45 Metres West of Church of St Edmund 1322835 II    
Manor House 1121492  II* 1707  
Monument to Frederick Hardwicke, 15 Metres North of West Tower of Church of St. Edmund 1322834 II    
Murton Hall Farmhouse 1121487 II    
NSS Newsagents 1322837 II    
Sedgefield House 1310712 II    
Serpentine Bridge 1121514 II    
Shute House 1121489 II    
The White House 1159967 II    
Wall and Summerhouse, 30 Metres West of Hardwick Hall Hotel 1121513 II    
War Memorial, 40 Metres West of Church of St Edmund 1121484 II 1920  
Ceddesfeld Hall Gardens 1001698 II   Listed Park and Garden
Hardwick Park 1000730  II*   Listed Park and Garden
Manorial settlement, fishponds and field system, 200m south west of Layton House 1019532 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.

Church of St Edmund
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Church of St Edmund
- Overview About St Edmund's Church Map Street View St Edmund's Church is located on Front Street in Sedgefield. The parish church dates from c.1254, with later additions, with it's tower …
Manor House
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Manor House
- Overview Map Street View The Manor House is located on the West End overlooking the Village Green in Sedgefield. It is a multi-activity centre and is home to various businesses.  …
War Memorial
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War Memorial
Hardwick Park
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Hardwick Park
- Hardwick Park is a country park near Sedgefield.
Gatehouse and Tower, Hardwick Park
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Gatehouse and Tower, Hardwick Park
Ceddesfield Hall
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Ceddesfield Hall


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