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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Askham Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Askham Civil Parish in the Eden district of 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~ Notes
Askham Bridge 1326812 II 1897 Partly in Lowther CP.
Askham Gate and Barn Adjoining 1120852 II    
Askham Hall 1119606  I C14th Pele tower converted into a mansion in C16th
Askham Hall Farmhouse and Barns/Stables Adjoining 1145284 II    
Barn to West of Askham Hall 1119614 II    
Bowman Monument on East Side of Path Approx 28 Metres to South of St Peter's Church 1326814 II    
Brook Villa and Stable Adjoining 1120869 II    
Brookside 1145278 II    
Chest Tomb on East Side of Path Approximately 27.5 Metres to South of St Peters Church 1145273 II    
Chest Tomb to West of Path Approximately 24.5 Metres to South of St Peters Church 1326813 II    
Church of St Peter 1145271  II* 1832 Incorporates features of medieval church.
Clark Hill and Clark Hill Cottage and Barn Adjoining 1121534 II    
Croft House 1322786 II    
Curlew Cottage 1145275 II    
Fell Gate Farmhouse and Former Barn Adjoining 1326840 II    
Former Barn Adjoining 1322984 II    
Former Smithy to East of Sawmill Cottage 1145285 II    
Gatepiers to Askham Hall 1326815 II    
Hall Cottage and Front Garden Wall 1145283 II    
Helton Head Farmhouse and Attached Barns 1326841 II    
Helton Methodist Chapel 1326820 II 1857 Helton.
Hill Farmhouse 1120834 II    
Hill Top 1326819 II    
Hill Top Cottage 1145288 II    
Holly House and Barn Adjoining 1145276 II    
Hunters Cottage 1145248 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk Opposite Post Office 1145277 II    
Keld Cottage 1323106 II    
Keld Head Farmhouse and Attached Barn 1326816 II    
Laburnum Cottage 1323144 II    
Limekiln at Ny 500 242 1326790 II    
Limekiln at Ny 500 243 1145308 II    
Limekiln at Ny 511 228 1145309 II    
Lintzford 1122683 II    
Low Side 1121132 II    
Lowside Farmhouse and Attached Barn 1326842 II    
Lowther Outdoor Activities Centre with Barn Adjoining 1145279 II    
Midtown Cottage and House Adjoining with Former Stable 1121544 II    
Midtown Farmhouse 1145287 II    
Mounsey Monument to East of Path Approximately 15 Metres to South of St Peters Church 1145272 II    
Nook Cottage 1323145 II    
Park View 1145281 II    
Park View with Outbuilding 1120789 II    
Pear Tree Cottage and Barn Adjoining 1145282 II    
Punch Bowl Hotel Public House 1323015 II    
Rose Cottage 1145280 II    
Sawmill Cottage 1145286 II    
Scalegate Farmhouse and Attached Farm Buildings 1326811 II    
Scales Farmhouse and Attached Farm Buildings 1145269 II    
School Bank Cottage and Barn Adjoining 1120811 II    
Sycamore Cottage and Attached Barn 1322815 II    
Terrace Walls and Steps to South of Askham Hall 1145274 II    
The Hollies 1326818 II    
The Queens Head Inn 1120846 II    
Town End House and Attached Barn 1145249 II    
Wellington House 1326817 II    
Widewath Farmhouse and Attached Farm Buildings 1145270 II    
Askham Hall (grounds) 1000660 II   Listed Park and Garden
Lowther Castle (grounds) 1000668 II   Listed Park and Garden
Askham Fell stone alignment 1007376 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 660m north east of The Cockpit, Askham Fell 1007371 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Linear stone bank on Askham Fell 1007363 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn on Askham Fell, 335m north of the Cop Stone 1007360 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 490m south east of White Raise round cairn, Askham Fell 1007378 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Ring cairn on Askham Fell including The Cop Stone 1007362 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Ring cairn on Askham Fell and four adjacent stones 1007359 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 50m north east of White Raise round cairn, Askham Fell 1007373 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn west of Riddingleys Top, Askham Fell 1007368 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 520m north east of The Cockpit, Askham Fell 1007370 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 475m south east of White Raise round cairn, Askham Fell 1007377 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn on Askham Fell, 270m north of The Cop Stone 1007361 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 515m south east of White Raise round cairn, Askham Fell 1007358 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 580m north east of The Cockpit, Askham Fell 1007369 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 285m south east of White Raise round cairn, Askham Fell 1007375 n/a   Scheduled Monument
White Raise round cairn, Askham Fell 1007374 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn 280m south-east of The Cockpit stone circle 1011587 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Ring cairn east of Threepow Raise 1011588 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Moated site and annexe east of Setterahpark Wood 1007406 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Skirsgill Romano-British enclosed stone hut circle settlement, Romano-British farmstead, and Romano-British regular aggregate field system 1007414 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn on Heughscar Hill 1011589 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Bridge over Heltondale Beck 550ft (170m) S of Widewath 1007101 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Bridge over Heltondale Beck 250yds (230m) SSW of Widewath 1007102 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Four funerary cairns and a surrounding cairnfield on Threepow Raise 1007356 n/a   Scheduled Monument
High Street, Roman road 1003275 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.

Askham Hall
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Askham Hall
Church of St Peter, Askham
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Church of St Peter, Askham
Askham Bridge
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Askham Bridge
- Askham Bridge over the River Lowther was built in 1897. The bridge is Garde II listed.
Helton Methodist Chapel
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Helton Methodist Chapel
- Overview Map Street View This former Wesleyan Chapel in Helton in Cumbria was built in the mid 19th Century. In 1873 it had 120 sittings; by 1940 these had been ...

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