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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Brancepeth Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Brancepeth Civil Parish, County Durham, 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
1 2, Durham Road 1120761 II    
1, the Village 1323201 II    
10 11, the Village 1311189 II    
12, the Village 1323202 II    
2 3 3a 4, the Village 1159053 II    
2 Bastions and Terrace Wall 25 Metres West of Brancepeth Castle 1159039 II    
3 4, Durham Road 1323194 II    
5-9, the Village 1120772 II    
Barn, Gin Gang and Cart Shed 20 Metres West of South Brandon Farmhouse 1120775 II    
Bastion 30 Metres South of Brancepeth Castle 1120770 II    
Brancepeth Bridge 1120759 II    
Brancepeth Castle 1159012  I C14th Renovated in the 1820s.
Brancepeth War Memorial 1433731 II 1921  
Castle Lodge 1120774 II    
Church of St Brandon 1158956  I C12th  
Coach House 15 Metres North East of Number 12 the Village 1120762 II    
Driking Fountain in Wall to North East of Number 12, the Villlage 1120763 II    
East Park Farmhouse with Outbuildings to Rear 1311220 II    
Entrance Screen to North East of Castle Lodge 1159096 II    
Foster and Mills Slabs 4 Metres South of Church of St Brandon 1120768 II    
Garden House 1311254 II    
Gate Piers and Garden Wall to East of Holywell Hall 1120765 II    
Gate Piers, Gates, Overthrow and Stile 25 Metres North West of Church of St Brandon 1120769 II    
Gazebo and Garden Wall Adjoining the West Wing, Holywell Hall 1323196 II    
High Wooley Farmhouse and Cottage 1159106 II    
Holywell Cottage Adjoining the Stabes 1158938 II    
Holywell Hall and the West Wing 1120764  II* C18th  
Holywell House 1323195 II    
Hoppy Acres and Constable Meadows 1120771 II    
Ice House 120 Metres South of Brancepeth Golf Club House 1323198 II    
Johnson Headstone 10 Metres South of Church of St Brandon 1311239 II    
Lamp Post 1.5 Metres West of Number 12 1311194 II    
Linked Barn, Gin-Gang and Byre to East of Morley Farmhouse 1120767 II    
Magnolia Cottage 1120773 II    
Morley Farmhouse and Cottage 1323197 II    
Quarry Hill and Adjoining Outbuilding 1323203  II*    
School House 1159085 II    
Scripton Farmhouse with Adjoining Dairy/Cheeseroom 1120760 II    
The Close 1323193 II    
The Flat to North of Holywell Hall 1311284 II    
The Stables 15 Metres North of Holywell Hall 1120766 II    
Thompson Monument 3 Metres South of Church of St Brandon 1311234 II    
Tudhoe Lodge 1323200 II    
Wilson and Stockburn Headstones 10 Metres South of Church of St Brandon 1323199 II    
Brancepeth Castle - Grounds 1000729 II C16th Listed Park and Garden.

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.

Brancepeth Castle
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Brancepeth Castle
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Church of St Brandon, Brancepeth
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Church of St Brandon, Brancepeth
- Overview Map Street View St. Brandon’s is the parish church of Brancepeth in County Durham. The church is located just outside the main part of the village, and is close to ...
Brancepeth War Memorial
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Brancepeth War Memorial
- Brancepeth War Memorial is located in the churchyard of the St Brandon's Church in Brancepeth. The memorial is Grade 2 listed on the National Heritage List for England. "Brancepeth War ...
Holywell Hall, nr Brancepeth
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Holywell Hall, nr Brancepeth
- Hollywell Hall near Brancepeth in County Durham is a large county house dating back to the 16th century. The main block was built in the mid 18th century and with ...


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