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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Ancroft Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Ancroft Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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~ Notes~
Animal Shelter Circa 300 Yards South of Haggerston Castle 1370969 II    
Bridge Mill 1042272 II C18th Haggerston. Corn mill and miller's house.
Broomhouse Farmhouse 1042271 II    
Cartshed at Inlandpasture Farmhouse 1370956 II    
Cattle Shelter Circa 250 Yards South East of East House 1370954 II    
Cattle Shelter Circa 400 Yards South East of East House 1042241 II    
Chapel House (The Priest House) 1154610 II    
Cheswick Cottage 1370951 II    
Cheswick House 1303760 II    
Cheswick Shiel 1303742 II    
Church of St Anne 1042234  II* Norman Ancroft. With C13th pele tower.
Church of St Peter 1042249 II 1843 Scremerston
East House 1370953 II    
East House Farm Cottages with Attached Garden Walls and Railings 1042240 II    
East Lodge to Cheswick Hall 1303763 II    
Engine House at Scremerston Old Mine 1370957 II 1840 Scremerston
Farmbuildings at East Allerdean 1042242 II    
Farmbuildings at East House Farm 1303750 II    
Fountain in the Italian Garden 1303727 II    
Garden Wall and Ha Ha Wall South and East of Inlandpasture Farmhouse 1154666 II    
Gatepiers and Screen Walls South East of East House 1154579 II    
Gatepiers, Garden Wall and Railings Attached to South West of Inlandpasture Farmhouse 1042248 II    
Gates, Gatepiers and Lodge to North West of Cheswick House 1042238 II    
Haggerston Dovecote Circa 1/4 Mile West of Haggerston Castle 1042243 II C17th Haggerston Originally a windmill.
Ice House Circa 60 Yards North West of the Tower 1154621 II    
Inlandpasture Farmhouse 1042247 II    
Ladythorne House 1154599 II    
Limekiln 1154603 II    
Limekiln Circa 250 Yards East of Oxford 1154674 II    
Milepost by Scremerston Old Coal Mine 1370968 II C19th Scremerston
Milepost Circa 100 Yards North of Former Chapel 1370950 II    
Milepost Circa 100 Yards North of Nabhill 1042235 II    
Milepost Circa 100 Yards South of Bridge Mill 1042233 II    
Milepost in Ancroft Village 1042236 II    
Outbuildings to Rear of Bridge Mill 1370987 II    
Pair of Boundary Stones Circa 300 Yards East of Railway 1154709 II    
Pair of Stone Lions and Plinths by Front Door to Cheswick House 1370952 II    
Pergola in the Italian Garden 1042245 II    
Poplar Grove 1303712 II    
Pumping Engine House at Scremerston Old Mine 1154687 II 1840 Scremerston
Range of Farmbuildings Circa 30 Yards North of Cheswick Cottage 1042237 II    
Rotunda at Haggerston Castle 1042246 II    
Scremerston War Memorial 1439912 II 1920 Scremerston
Smith Gravestone Circa 6 Yards West of Church of St Anne 1370988 II    
Stable Block Circa 20 Yards North West of Cheswick House 1303769 II    
Stables at Haggerston Castle 1154632 II    
The Cottage 1042251 II    
The Italian Garden Including Walls and Features 1042244 II    
Tower at Haggerston Castle 1154644 II   Haggerston
Town Farmhouse 1042250 II    
Walled Garden Circa 30 Yards North of Cheswick House 1042239 II    
Workshop Circa 70 Yards South East of Cheswick Old School 1370955 II    
Haggerston dovecote 1006570 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 Anne, Ancroft
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Church of St Anne, Ancroft
- Overview Map Street View St Anne's is the parish church of Ancroft. It was built by the monks of Holy Island, in the early Norman period, or possibly earlier. The ...
Bridge Mill, Haggerston
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Bridge Mill, Haggerston
- Overview Map Street View Bridge Mill is a former water mill located by Allerdalemill Burn, just north-west of Haggerston, and about a mile and a half south-east of Ancroft. The ...
Church of St Peter
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Church of St Peter
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Winding Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
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Winding Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
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Haggerston Castle

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Haggerston Dovecote
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Haggerston Dovecote
- Overview Map Street View This round stone dovecote is located a quarter mile west of Haggerston Castle in Northumberland. It is thought to have been originally been built as a ...
Milepost near Scremerston Old Colliery
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Milepost near Scremerston Old Colliery
Pumping Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
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Pumping Engine House, Scremerston Colliery
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War Memorial
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War Memorial
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