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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Underbarrow and Bradleyfield


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Underbarrow and Bradleyfield 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
Barn and Walls to North East of Low Gregghall Farmhouse 1275247 II C19th  
Barn to East of Gatehouse at Cunswick Hall 1217771 II    
Barn to East of Tullythwaite House 1318990 II C19th  
Barn to North East of Redscar Farmhouse (Southernmost) 1145726 II    
Barn to North East of Tranthwaite Hall Farmhouse 1145727 II C18th  
Barn to North of Fallen Yew Farmhouse 1136885 II C18th  
Barn to South East of Beckside Farmhouse 1136894 II 1809  
Barn to South East of Tranthwaite Hall Farmhouse 1217772 II C18th  
Barn to West of Gatehouse at Cunswick Hall 1318985 II    
Barn to West of Low Blakebank Farmhouse 1318987 II C19th  
Beckside Farmhouse and Garden Walls 1145752 II C19th  
Bridge to West of Beckside Farmhouse 1318965 II C19th  
Broad Oak Farmhouse and Attached Outbuildings 1318984 II 1565  
Church of All Saints 1136873 II 1869 Underbarrow
Cunswick Hall 1145720 II C19th With fragments of earlier house.
Fallen Yew Farmhouse 1318964 II C17th  
Garden Walls, Gate Piers and Railings to South of Tullythwaite House 1136960 II C19th  
Gatehouse to South of Cunswick Hall 1145721 II C16th  
Gazebo to South East of Southermost House 1145750 II c.1860  
Hollin Bank and Hollin Cottage 1145722 II 1853  
Low Blakebank Farmhouse 1145723 II C17th  
Low Gregghall Farmhouse 1145724 II c.1820  
Nook Cottage 1145751 II C17th  
Parks Farmhouse and Attached Outbuildings 1318988 II C17th  
Redscar Farmhouse (Southernmost) 1136939 II C19th  
Summer House to South of Bradleyfield House 1145719 II C19th  
Toll Bar Cottage 1136950 II C18th Scar Foot
Tranthwaite Hall Farmhouse 1318989 II C17th  
Tullythwaite House 1136957 II c.1820  
Underhill 1136877 II C17th  
Wall, Railings and Gate Piers to East of Hollin Bank 1318986 II C19th  
Walls, Gatepiers and Gate to North East of Low Gregghall Farmhouse 1145725 II c.1820  
Settlement 440yds (400m) N of Cunswick Hall 1007255 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.

Underbarrow and Bradleyfield Civil Parish Church of All Saints, Underbarrow Tollhouse, north-east of Underbarrow
Church of All Saints, Underbarrow
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Church of All Saints, Underbarrow
Tollhouse, north-east of Underbarrow
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Tollhouse, north-east of Underbarrow
- Overview Map Street View Toll Bar Cottage near Scar Foot, is located on Underbarrow Road, about a mile east of the village of Underbarrow. The former toll house dates from ...

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