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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Whalton Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Whalton 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
Nos. 1-3, South Side 1263930 II    
4 Boundary Stones on West Side of Road 400 Metres North of Cock Hill Farm 1237448 II    
Beanley House 1264125 II    
Belsay Tilery, Old Tile Kilns 1264126 II    
Camp House Farmhouse and Adjacent Farmbuilding Range 1264127 II    
Church of St Mary Magdalene 1247805  I C13th Wharlton
Corner Cottage 1237450 II    
Davison Tomb 3.5 Metres South of Porch of Church of St Mary 1247807 II    
East End House 1263935 II    
Farm Buildings and Attached Wall, to West of Twizell Farmhouse 1264041 II C18th Twizell. Part of early planned foldyard group
Farmbuildings to North East of Twizell Farmhouse 1237521 II C18th Twizell. Part of early planned foldyard group
Farmbuildings to North of Bonas Hill Farmhouse 1264116 II    
Front Garden Wall, Railings and Gate Piers to Whalton House 1247797 II    
Garage to South East of Ogle Castle 1237496 II    
Garden Wall Around Northernmost Lawn, with Attached Summerhouse at Whalton Manor House 1237525 II    
Garden Wall Attached to South West Corner of Ogle Castle 1237495 II    
Garden Wall to South of Thorneyford Farmhouse 1237519 II    
Garden Wall to West of the Old Rectory 1263934 II    
Garden Wall with Gatepiers and Privy, to South and West of Kiplaw Farmhouse 1237493 II    
Garden Walls and Attached Summerhouse to East and North East of Manor House 1237524 II    
Garden Walls and Gate Piers to South of Manor House and West of Manor House 1237523 II    
Garden Walls and Ha Ha to East End House 1247868 II    
Garden Walls Around Lower Lawn to North West of Whalton Manor House, with Attached Outbuilding 1264018 II    
Garden Walls to East and North of the Old Rectory 1247810 II    
Garden Walls to South East of West House Farmhouse 1247672 II    
Garden Walls to South of Laundry Cottage 1247669 II    
Garden Walls to South of Manor Cottage 1264019 II    
Garden Walls, Railings, and Attached Outbuildings, to East of Whalton House 1247798 II    
Kiplaw Farmhouse 1237449 II    
Laundry Cottage and Attached Garage 1247668 II    
Lynn Law Farmhouse 1264021 II    
Manor Cottage 1247667 II    
Manor House with Attached Courtyard Wall at Rear 1237522 II    
Milepost 100 Metres East of Whiteside North 1237447 II C19th Wharlton. B6524
Milepost 30 Metres West of Camp House 1237446 II    
Milepost on North Side of Shiningpool Bridge 1237392 II C20th A696
Ogle Castle 1264065  I C16th House, remodelled from medieval castle
Outbuilding 5 Metres North of Beanley House 1237390 II    
Outbuilding and Attached Walls to East of the Old Rectory 1247866 II    
Outbuilding to West of Lynn Law Farmhouse 1247800 II    
Pigsty 10 Metres West of Beanley House 1237391 II    
Renwick Headstone 11 Metres South of Church of St Mary 1263932 II    
Robson Headstone 8 Metres South West of Porch of Church of St Mary 1263933 II    
Rochester Tomb 3 Metres South of Chancel of Church of St Mary 1247806 II    
Shelter Sheds with Granary Over, to East of Ogle Castle 1264080 II    
Shilvington Bridge 1237518 II C18th Bridge over the River Blyth.
Terrace and Pergola, with Paving, to North of Whalton Manor House 1264027 II    
The Cottage 1247804 II    
The Old Rectory 1247809  II* C14th Wharlton. Tower house with later extensions.
The Seven Stars 1263931 II C18th Wharlton. Former coaching inn, now house.
The Terrace 1247795 II    
Thorneyford Farmhouse 1264079 II    
Twizell Farmhouse 1237520 II C18th Twizell
Walls Opposite the Manor House and on West of Glebe Cottage 1247867 II    
Well 30 Metres South of West House 1247803 II    
Wellhead 3 Metres East of Rear Wing of Whalton House 1247670 II    
West House Farmhouse and Adjacent Outbuildings 1247671 II    
West Manor House 1264043  II* 1729 Wharlton
Whalton Church of England Aided School 1247808 II 1832 Wharlton
Whalton Forge 1264042 II    
Whalton House and Attached Wall to East 1264020 II    
Ogle moated site, medieval village and open field system 1017737 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Deserted village at Silvington 1006505 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.

Whalton Civil Parish Old Milepost, south-east of Belsay, A696 Old Milepost, B6524, Whalton Twizell (Whalton) Ogle Castle Seven Stars House Whalton CoE Primary School Church of St. Mary Magdalene Old Rectory Manor House
Church of St. Mary Magdalene
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Church of St. Mary Magdalene
- The Parish Church of St. Mary Magdalene in Whalton, Northumberland  dates from the 13th Century, and was developed on the site of an earlier Norman building. The Church is a …
Ogle Castle
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Ogle Castle
Old Rectory
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Old Rectory
Manor House
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Manor House
Seven Stars House
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Seven Stars House
- Overview Map Street View Seven Stars House in Whalton was built in the late 18th century as a coaching inn. It became a private house c.1945. The house is Grade …
Whalton CoE Primary School
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Whalton CoE Primary School
- Overview Map Street View Whalton Church of England Aided Primary School is located on the south side of Whalton, near St Mary's Church. It is a voluntary aided school with …
Old Milepost, south-east of Belsay, A696
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Old Milepost, south-east of Belsay, A696
Old Milepost, B6524, Whalton
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Old Milepost, B6524, Whalton
- Whiteside North, Whalton


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