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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Beetham Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Beetham Civil Parish, Cumbria, 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
Aqueduct Carrying Kendal/Lancaster Canal over Farleton Beck 1312277 II c.1816 Farleton
Arnside Signal Box 1412051 II    
Ashton House 1087330  II*    
Atkinson's Bridge over Kendal/Lancaster Canal 1335712 II    
Bank Barn Approximately 20 Metres North of Farleton House 1137773 II    
Barn Approximately 20 Metres North East of Beetham Hall 1336114 II    
Beetham Hall and Attached Outbuildings 1312254  II*   Scheduled Monument (1007143)
Boundary Post Approximately 650 Metres North East of Holme Parish Church 1335710 II    
Boundary Stone on Farleton Bridge over Farleton Beck 1086540 II    
Church of St Michael 1137740  I C12th Beetham
Coach House Approximately 10 Metres North West of Ashton House 1137725 II    
Curtain Wall Approximately 30 Metres North of Beetham Hall 1137542  II*    
Dallam Tower 1086542  I 1722  
Deer Shed Approximately 600 Metres South East of Dallam Tower 1335709 II    
Dovecote Approximatley 50 Metres West South West of Parsonage Farmhouse 1312287 II    
Duke's Bridge over Kendal/Lancaster Canal 170 Metres East North East of Townend Farm 1137627 II    
Farleton Bridge over Farleton Beck 1137552 II    
Farleton House 1137762 II    
Farleton Turnpike Bridge over Kendal/Lancaster Canal 1336115 II    
Former Brew and Bakehouse, Now Kitchens, Stores, and Living Accommodation Over, Attached to South Ea 1086543 II    
Game Larder Approximately 4 Metres South East of Kitchens Attached to South East of Dallam Tower 1335707 II    
Garden Gateway Approximately 200 Metres South of Dallam Tower at Entrance to Former Kitchen Garden 1087327 II    
Garden Walls, End Piers, Railings and Gate, to Farleton House 1087332 II    
Gate piers approximately 12 metres east of Parsonage Farmhouse 1336113 II    
Gazebo Approximately 20 Metres North of Ashton House 1335711 II    
Hazelslack Tower 1137786 II C14th Scheduled Monument (1007144)
Heron Corn Mill and Attached Mill Race 1087334  II*    
Hodgson's Bridge over Kendal/Lancaster Canal 1087329 II    
Ice House Approximately 200 Metres North West of Dallam Tower 1087326 II    
Marsden Farmhouse 1335713 II    
Milepost 80 Metres South of Entrance to Green Close 1137616 II    
Milestone Approximately 150 Meters North North West of Junction with Paradise Lane North of Beetham 1086537 II    
Milestone Approximately 350 Metres North West of Junction with Pye's Bridge Lane 1086539 II    
Milestone Approximately 60 Metres South of Junction of A6 with Moss Lane 1227715 II    
Milestone on Kendal/Lancaster Canal Approximately 300 Metres South South West of Duke's Bridge 1086536 II    
Old School 1335714 II    
Orangery Attached to South of Stables to North of Dallam Tower 1087325  I    
Parsonage Farmhouse and Attached Stores to North 1137509 II    
Stables and Linking Block Attached to North West End of Dallam Tower 1137669 II    
Statue Approximately 5 Metres South of Orangery to Dallam Tower 1335708  I    
Thompson's Bridge over Kendal/Lancaster Canal 1312165 II    
Townend Farmhouse and Attached Outbuilding Now Part of House 1087333 II    
War Memorial, Cross and Enclosing Walls Approximately 40 Metres North of Church of St Michael 1086538 II    
Yew Tree House 1087331 II    
Dallam Tower (grounds) 1000664 II   Listed Park and Garden
Cappleside Hall medieval lordly residence 600m north east of Beetham House 1021184 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Ringwork in Dallam Park 380m south east of Dallam Tower 1021248 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 Michael, Beetham
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Church of St Michael, Beetham
Dallam Tower, Milnthorpe
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Dallam Tower, Milnthorpe
- Overview About Dallam Tower Map   Dallam Tower is a grade I listed country house in Beetham parish, near Milnthorpe, South Lakeland, Cumbria, England. It is a member of the …
Lancaster Canal Aqueduct, Farleton
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Lancaster Canal Aqueduct, Farleton
- Overview Map Street View There is an aqueduct carrying the Lancaster Canal over Farleton Beck (aka Lupton Beck), at the village of Farleton. The aqueduct, built in c.1816, is Grade …
Hazelslack Tower
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Hazelslack Tower


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