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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Temple Sowerby


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Temple Sowerby 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
Acorn Bank House 1226225  I    
Acorn Bank Mill with associated weir 1265726  II*    
Antique Shop to North of Village Hall 1227019 II    
Bank Barn, Incorporating Cottage and Byre, to South of Acorn Bank Mill 1226706 II    
Beech Cottage 1227013 II    
Beech House and Adjoining Stables 1265581 II    
Countess Farmhouse and Adjoining Barn 1265609 II    
Edendale Cottage, Area Railings and Central Gate 1226717 II    
Edendale House 1226710 II    
Entrance Arch, Front Wall of Courtyard, and Dovecote to South East of Acorn Bank House 1265958 II    
Freestanding Barn to North East of West View Farmhouse 1227095 II    
Front and Return Walls, and Gate Piers, to East of Temple Sowerby House 1265699 II    
Front and Return Walls, and Gate Piers, to Mountain View 1227017 II    
Front and Return Walls, Central Gate, and Forecourt Railings to Woodbine House 1226728 II    
Front and Return Walls, Piers, Railings and Central Gate to Park House 1226720 II    
Front and Return Walls, Railings and Gates to West View Farmhouse 1226919 II    
Garden Walls and Gates to South East of Acorn Bank House 1265761 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk (Near King's Arms Hotel) 1227113 II    
King's Arms Hotel 1226915 II C18th Public House. Former coaching inn.
Linden House 1226724 II    
Low Wall and Piers to Front of Edendale House 1265735 II    
Low Wall, Gate Piers, Railings, Gates, and Ha Ha Wall to Front of Acorn Bank House 1226549 II    
Low Walls and Railings to West of the Grange 1265608 II    
Low Walls, Gate Piers, Gates and Railings to Front of Beech House, Beech Cottage and Sheriff House 1227015 II    
Low Walls, Piers and Forecourt Railings to Front of the Cedars 1265540 II    
Maypole to South of the Cedars 1226849 II    
Miller's House to South East of Acorn Bank Mill 1265959 II    
Mountain View 1227058 II    
Park House 1226808 II    
Pigsty to South West of Acorn Bank Mill 1226230 II    
Rose Cottage 1226920 II    
Sheriff House 1226921 II    
Sundial in Front of Acorn Bank House 1226229 II    
Swan House and Swan Cottage 1226957 II    
Tannery's Dovecote at North End of Village 1265515 II    
Temple Sowerby House 1226719 II    
The Cedars 1227018 II    
The Grange, House and Adjoining Domestic Wing 1265607 II    
Threshing Barn and Byre to South of Tannery's Dovecote 1227016 II    
Walls, Gate Piers, and Gates to East of the Grange 1226917 II    
West View Farmhouse with Adjoining Cottage and Byre Range 1226918 II    
Woodbine House and Warehouse to Rear 1265701 II    
Roman milestone, 180m north west of Spitals 1007172 n/a   Scheduled Monument. On the parish boundary with Kirkby Thore.

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.

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