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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Appleby-in-Westmorland


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Appleby-in-Westmorland, 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
Nos. 1 and 3, Bridge Street 1157880 II    
Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Mill Hill 1145554 II    
Nos. 1, 2 and 3, the Sands 1158381 II    
No. 1, Battlebarrow 1319041 II    
No. 1, High Wiend 1319065 II    
No. 1, Scattergate 1158429 II    
No. 10, Bridge Street 1145585 II    
No. 11, Battlebarrow 1145593 II    
No. 11, Bongate 1137684 II    
No. 11, Boroughgate 1145609 II    
No. 11, Bridge Street 1145584 II    
No. 11, Doomgate 1220837 II    
Nos. 12 and 14, High Wiend 1158184 II    
No. 13, Bongate 1319046 II    
Nos. 13,14 and 15, Doomgate 1319063 II    
No. 14, Boroughgate 1145574 II    
Nos. 15 and 17, Boroughgate 1319011 II    
No. 16, Boroughgate 1146455 II    
Nos. 16-19, Chapel Street 1145587 II    
Nos. 2, 3 and 4, Doomgate 1145547 II    
No. 2, Battlebarrow 1145591 II    
No. 2, High Wiend 1311602 II    
Nos. 20-26, Chapel Street 1158010 II    
Nos. 23 and 25, Boroughgate 1138240 II    
Nos. 27, 28 and 29, Chapel Street 1319040 II    
No. 28, Boroughgate 1319036 II    
Nos. 3 and 4a, Battlebarrow 1319042 II    
Nos. 3 and 5, Boroughgate 1319049 II    
No. 3, Bongate 1145596 II    
Nos. 30, 31 and 32, Chapel Street 1158023 II    
Nos. 31, 33 and 35, Bongate 1137702 II    
No. 31, Boroughgate 1145568 II    
No. 32, Boroughgate 1145575 II    
No. 33 Chapel Street 1145588  II*    
No. 33A Chapel Street 1457818 II    
No. 36, Boroughgate 1145578 II    
Nos. 37 and 39, Bongate 1145599 II    
Nos. 37 and 39, Boroughgate 1145570 II    
No. 4, Battlebarrow 1145592 II    
No. 4, Bridge Street 1157929 II    
No. 40, Boroughgate 1146496 II    
Nos. 41,43 and 45, Boroughgate 1319033 II    
Nos. 42 and 44, Boroughgate 1145579 II    
No. 48, Boroughgate 1311760 II    
Nos. 49-55, Boroughgate 1145572 II    
Nos. 5 and 7, Bongate 1137668 II    
Nos. 5 and 7, Bridge Street 1319037 II    
No. 5, Doomgate 1319061 II    
Nos. 5-10, Battlebarrow 1319043 II    
Nos. 5-7, Chapel Street 1311705 II    
No. 50, Boroughgate 1145580 II    
No. 52, Boroughgate 1145581 II    
No. 54, Boroughgate 1146532 II    
Nos. 56 and 58, Boroughgate 1145582 II    
Nos. 6 and 8, Bridge Street 1319038 II    
Nos. 60 and 62, Boroughgate 1157871 II    
Nos. 7 9, Boroughgate 1311990 II    
Nos. 8-11, Chapel Street 1145586 II    
No. 9, Bridge Street 1157923 II    
A'board Inn 1145612 II    
Appleby Boer War memorial 1461431 II 1902 Mill Hill
Appleby Cemetery War Memorial Obelisk 1455774 II    
Appleby Station, East Platform Building 1319067 II 1876  
Appleby Station, Main Building 1311476 II 1876  
Bank Barn on Roadside to South of Borrowmoor 1145590 II    
Bank House 1319032 II    
Barbadoes Lodge 1158038 II    
Barclay's Bank 1138203 II    
Bardon House 1145548 II    
Barn Adjoining Friary Cottage 1145595 II    
Barn Attached to Barrowmoor 1158050 II    
Barn Attached to Parkinhill Farmhouse 1158356 II    
Barn on North Side of Yard at Rear of Number 34 (Glen Hotel) 1145577 II    
Barn to North of Number 1 1145561 II    
Barn to Rear of Number 34 (Glen Hotel) 1146481 II    
Beech Croft 1145598 II    
Bongate House 1137736 II    
Bongate Mill 1145555 II    
Caeser's Tower at Appleby Castle 1145604  I C12th  
Castle Bank House 1157942 II    
Castle Moat Cottage 1145605  I    
Castle Park 1137851  I    
Church of St Michael 1137750  II* Saxon Schedul ed Monument (1003277)
Church View 1137721 II    
Courtfield Hotel 1145602 II    
Crown and Cushion Hotel 1319034 II    
Eden Bridge Cafe 1145557 II    
Entrance Gate Piers, Gates and Railings to the Friary 1319044 II    
Entrance Gates, Piers and Wall to Castle Park, from Boroughgate 1312080 II    
Footbridge at Appleby Station 1145563 II C19th  
Former British School 1157969 II    
Former outbuilding stable and coach house to the White House 1145611 II    
Former White Hart And Stable To The Rear, 34 Boroughgate 1145576 II    
Garden wall, gateway and summerhouse to north-east and south-east of the White House 1311899 II    
Gardeners Cottage 1158435 II    
Hall's Warehouse 1145549 II    
Hare and Hounds 1311975 II    
High Cross 1311978  II* C17th  
Howgate Foot 1145559 II    
Howgate Foot 1145560 II    
Howgate Foot 1311519 II    
Integral Barn Adjoining Number 1 1145546 II    
Kingdom Hall 1145552 II    
Kingstone House with Integral Farm Buildings Adjoining on South 1319045 II    
Lady Anne's Bee House in Copse to North East of Former Stable Block at Appleby Castle 1319047  I C17th  
Lamp Post on North Side of High Cross 1145608  II*    
Low Cross 1138035  II* C18th  
Main Building at Appleby Grammar School 1312225 II    
Appleby Castle, Main Building 1137815  I C13th  
Mallard House 1145589 II    
Midland Bank 1145610 II    
Milestone on Footpath in Front of Number 7 1145597 II C19th Bongate. Brough & Eamont Bridge Turnpike.
Mill House 1311532 II    
Moot Hall 1145607  II* C16th  
New House 1145556 II    
North Lodge to Appleby Castle 1145606 II    
Number 18 with Barn Adjoining 1145551 II    
Number 6 and Adjoining Barn and Outbuildings 1145601 II    
Old Brewery 1319062 II    
Old Hall 1145603 II    
Outer Wall to Appleby Castle Grounds, from North Lodge to South Lodge 1319066 II    
Outer Wall to Appleby Castle Grounds, from South Lodge to the River 1311497 II    
Parish Church of St Lawrence 1312067  I C12th  
Rhondda House 1145562 II    
Rose Cottage 1137794 II    
Shire Hall 1380199 II    
St Anne's Hospital 1145571  II* 1653 Almshouses, Boroughgate
St Lawrence's Bridge 1145583 II 1889 Replacing earlier bridge
Stable Block on South Side of Yard at Rear of Number 34 (Glen Hotel) 1146489 II    
The Armoury 1158306 II    
The Clock House 1145553 II    
The Cloisters 1319048  II* 1811 Arcade of seven pointed arches
The Friary 1145594 II    
The Golden Ball Hotel 1319064 II    
The Grapes Hotel 1158398 II    
The Old Hall 1145550 II    
The Police Station 1145558 II 1770 The Sands
The Red House 1146473  II* 1717 Boroughgate
The Terrace 1145600 II    
The White House 1319012  II* C18th Boroughgate
Tufton Arms Hotel and Shop 1319035 II    
War Memorial in St Lawrence's Churchyard, Appleby 1455779 II    
Westmorland House 1145573 II    
White Rails 1145569 II    
Appleby Castle (Grounds) 1000659 II*   Listed Park and Garden
Appleby Castle, uninhabited portions 1003276 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.

Appleby Castle
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Appleby Castle
- Overview About Appleby Castle Map   Appleby Castle is in the town of Appleby-in-Westmorland overlooking the River Eden (grid reference NY685200). It consists of a 12th-century castle keep which is ...
Caesar's Tower, Appleby Castle
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Caesar's Tower, Appleby Castle
- Caesar's tower is the keep of Appleby Castle. Grade I listed building.
Church of St Lawrence
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Church of St Lawrence
- Overview About St Lawrence's Church Map Street View St Lawrence's Church, located off Boroughgate in Appleby-in-Westmorland dates from the 12th century. The lower section of the church tower dates from c.1150, with the ...
St Anne's Hospital (Almshouses)
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St Anne's Hospital (Almshouses)
- Overview Map Street View Almshouses on Boroughgate in Appleby-in-Westmorland, inscribed:"This Almes House was founded and begun to be built in the year 1651, and was finished and endowed for the ...
Lady Anne's Belvedere
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Lady Anne's Belvedere
- Overview Map A belvedere (summrhouse) built for Lady Anne Clifford in the mid-17th century, overlooking the River Eden, close to Appleby Castle. Sometimes reffered to as "Lady Anne's Bee-house" or ...
Church of St. Michael
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Church of St. Michael
High Cross
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High Cross
Low Cross
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Low Cross
Moot Hall
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Moot Hall
The Cloisters
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The Cloisters
Appleby Station, East Platform Building
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Appleby Station, East Platform Building
- The east platform waiting room at Appleby Station dates from 1876, when the station (then called Appleby West) was first opened by Midland Railway as part of the Carlisle-Settle line.[1] ...
Appleby Station, Footbridge
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Appleby Station, Footbridge
- The footbridge over the railway at Appleby Station dates from the mid-late 19th century. The segmental arched wrought iron lattice footbridge was originally located at Mansfield Station, then moved to ...
Appleby Station
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Appleby Station
- Overview About Appleby Station Map Street View Appleby Railway Station was opened in May 1876 (then called Appleby West) by the Midland Railway as part of the Settle-Carlisle line. The ...
St Lawrence's Bridge
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St Lawrence's Bridge
- Overview Map Street View St Lawrence's Bridge (aka Appleby Bridge) carries Bridge Street over the River Eden in Appleby-in-Westmorland. The present bridge was built in 1889, replacing a much earlier ...
The Red House
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The Red House
- The Red House (No. 30), Boroughgate, in Appleby-in-Westmorland was built in 1717, for Thomas Carleton (1660-1731), who steward of Lord Thanet at Appleby Castle.[1] The Red House is Grade II* listed on the ...
The White House
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The White House
- The White House (No. 27), Boroughgate, in Appleby-in-Westmorland was built in the early 18th century. The building was acquired by the Lowther Family in 1753. The house was remodelled in ...
Old Milestone, Bongate
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Old Milestone, Bongate
- Old milestone, by the wall of no.7, on the east side of Bongate in Appleby-in-Westmorland. The post was erected by the Brough & Eamont Bridge Turnpike Trust in the 19th ...

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