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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Brinkburn & Hesleyhurst

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Brinkburn & Hesleyhurst Civil Parish, Northumberland, from the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Note
Brinkburn Lodge 1303955 II    
Brinkburn Mill 1041905 II C18th Incorpotating medieval masonary
Brinkheugh Farmhouse and Outbuilding to East 1041906  II* C17th Brinkheugh Incorporates bastle
Butterknowes Farmhouse 1371141 II    
Cartshed and Outbuilding to North East of Brinkburn Mill 1154328 II    
Cockshot Farmhouse 1041907 II    
Farmbuilding Range Attached to East of Butterknowes Farmhouse 1154365 II    
Farmbuilding Range on West of Yard at Brinkburn Lodge 1041900 II    
Garden Walls and Gatepiers and Attached Privy to South of Brinkheugh Farmhouse 1303873 II    
Healey Cote Farmhouse with Adjacent Outbuilding to East 1371159 II c.1700 Healey Cote
High Linn 1154058 II    
Jacksons Stile 150 Metres North of Cockshot Farm 1041908 II    
Main Farmbuilding Group to West of Healey Cote Farmhouse 1041867 II c.1700 Healey Cote
Mounting Block at North West Corner of Priory Church 1041902 II    
New Houses Farmhouse with Attached Outbuildings 1304002 II    
Pauperhaugh Bridge over the River Coquet 1041901 II 1862 Pauperhaugh
Pauperhaugh Post Office with Adjacent Old Smithy 1154093 II   Pauperhaugh
Pill Box at NZ 089 997 1052197 II    
Pill Box at NZ 099 994 1238464 II 1940 Pauperhaugh. Part of the Cocquet Stop Line defences.
Pill Box at NZ 114 985 1372338 II    
Pill Box at NZ 126 982 1238457 II 1940 Brinkheugh. Part of the Cocquet Stop Line defences.
Riverside Wall North of Manor House with Attached Gatepiers 1041903 II    
Ruined Outbuilding and Attached Wall to East of Brinkburn Mill 1371140 II    
South Part of West Farmbuilding Range at Healey 1041899 II    
Stable Block to North West of Priory 1303911 II    
Stable/Granary with Attached Privy to West of Cockshot Farmhouse 1154385 II    
Stone on Brinkburn/Longframlington Parish Boundary 650 Metres North East of Todstead 1041898 II    
Sundial situated in the walled garden of Brinkburn Bothy 1303965 II    
The Anglers Arms 1041868 II C18th Weldon Bridge. Former coaching inn.
The Farmhouse in Range of Buildings North of the Anglers Arms 1041869 II    
The Manor House 1303922  II* C13th Priory buildings coverted to country house in C16th.
The Priory Church (Brinkburn Priory) 1303969  I C12th Augustinian priory
Thistleyhaugh Farmhouse 1371160 II    
Tunnel 50 Metres East of Priory Church 1041904 II    
Wall on North Side of Former Mill Race to South East of Manor House 1154287 II    
Weldon Bridge over River Coquet and Wall to North West 1371161  I c.1760 By John Smeaton
White House 1371139 II    
Brockley Hall Farmhouse 1303457 II    
Farmbuildings Attached to East of Brockley Hall Farmhouse 1041246 II    
Farmbuildings West of Pike House 1371443 II    
Milestone Circa 1 Mile South of Rothbury 1155233 II    
Milestone Circa a Quarter of a Mile East of Lordenshaw 1371442 II    
Pike House 1155249 II    
The Lonnen 1041245 II    
Round cairn on Garleigh Hill, 790m north east of Lordenshaw 1017198 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Lordenshaw multivallate hillfort, Romano-British settlements, field system, cairnfield, cross dyke, round cairn cemetery, rock art and medieval park pale 1017196 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Brinkburn Priory Augustinian priory, mill, gateway and post-Dissolution house 1007508 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Defended settlement, 360m north east of Pike House 1006477 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Cragside Grounds 1001046  I C19th Listed Park and Garden. Parts in Rothbury, Brinkburn & Cartington CPs.

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.

Brinkburn Priory
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Brinkburn Priory
- Overview About Map Inside Brinkburn Priory was a medieval monastery built on a tight bend of the River Coquet, located 1.8 miles south west of Longframlington, in Northumberland. It was …
Manor House, Brinkburn Priory
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Manor House, Brinkburn Priory
Weldon Bridge - Bridge
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Weldon Bridge - Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The stone bridge over the River Coquet at Weldon Bridge was built c.1760[1] The bridge has 3 arches and distinctive circular openings between the arches. It …
The Anglers Arms, Weldon Bridge
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The Anglers Arms, Weldon Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The Angler's Arms in Weldon Bridge was built in the mid 18th century as a coaching inn, located on what was then, one of the main …
Pauperhaugh Bridge
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Pauperhaugh Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Pauperhaugh bridge over the River Coquet.
Pillbox, Pauperhaugh
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Pillbox, Pauperhaugh
Pillbox, Brinkheugh
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Pillbox, Brinkheugh
Brinkburn Mill
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Brinkburn Mill
- Mill and attached miller's cottage. Mill probably C18 with re-used medieval masonry, remodelled and cottage added c.1830. The former mill and cottage are Grade II listed on the National Heritage …


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