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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Westward Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Otterburn Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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
Barn North of Jenkin's Cross 1157987 II    
Barns and Byres South of Clea Hall 1144402 II    
Beech House 1327253 II    
Brackenthwaite Farmhouse and Adjoining Barns 1158011 II    
Church of St Hilda 1158087 II 1786 On the site of a C16th church.
Clea Hall 1311711 II    
Curthwaite House and Adjoining Stable/Barn 1311678 II    
East Curthwaite House 1311694 II    
East Woodside, Adjoining House and Barn 1144406 II    
Fiddleback 1311657  II* 1709 West Woodside. Farmhouse.
Greenhill Lodge Hotel 1144407 II    
High Hall and Stable Adjoining 1238647 II    
Hill Cottage 1158074 II    
Hope and Anchor Inn 1327252 II    
Howrigg Farmhouse 1158027 II    
Islekirk Hall 1274096  II*    
Jenkin's Cross 1238648  II*    
Longwath and Adjoining Barn 1144408 II    
Low Ling 1144403 II    
Meadow Bank Farmhouse 1144410  II*    
Milestone East of Red Dial 1158005 II    
Milestone East of Street 1327250 II    
Milestone West of West Woodside 1238646 II C18th West Woodside
Raise Lodge and Adjoining Barn 1311719 II    
Red Dial Farmhouse 1327251 II    
Reservoir Inspection Chamber 1158040 II    
Rose Bank 1144409 II    
Rosley House 1158057 II    
Rosley war memorial 1467589 II    
Royal Oak Inn 1158078 II    
Slack 1327249 II    
Stoneraise Farmhouse and Attached Outbuildings 1265018 II    
Stoneraise Place 1389569 II    
Street and Adjoining Barn, Byres and Stables 1144404 II    
The Height and Former Barn 1157979 II    
Tracentree Low House 1144405 II    
Water Tower 1326860 II    
West Woodside Farmhouse 1145205 II    
Sandy Brow Romano-British settlement 1007082 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Settlement 350yds (320m) E of Greenhill 1007118 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Settlement 450yds (410m) S of Greenhill 1007119 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Settlement S of Gerrard House 1007117 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Old Carlisle (Olerica) fort and civil settlement 1007249 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Settlement 60m E of Ghyll Head 1007274 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 the Cumbria County History Trust.

Westward Civil Parish Fiddleback Farmhouse Milestone near West Woodside Church of St Hilda, Westward
Church of St Hilda, Westward
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Church of St Hilda, Westward
- St Hilda' Church in Westward was built from 1785 to 1786, on the site of an earlier 16th century church. The Parish Church is Grade II listed on the National …
Fiddleback Farmhouse
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Fiddleback Farmhouse
- Overview Map Street View Fiddleback is a farm and B&B in West Wodside in Cumbria. The farmhouse was built in 1709 and has a distinctive curved walls and shaped like …
Milestone near West Woodside
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Milestone near West Woodside
- Overview Map Street View At West Woodside is an old milestone loacted off the A595 by the junction with King's Street. The milestone dates from the late 18th or early …


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