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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Stocksfield Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Stocksfield 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~ Notes
Apperley Farmhouse 1045360 II C17th Apperley
Batt Cottage 1154624 II C18th Painshawfield, Stocksfield
Beaumont House 1045368 II 1851 Stocksfield Former school
Blast Furnace on West Bank of Stocksfield Burn 150 Metres South of Wood Cottage 1154816 II C16th Wheelbirks
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04376112 1045358 II C19h A695
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04426112 1370283 II C19th A695
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04466112 1045359 II C19th A695
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04486112 1370246 II C19th A695
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04616054 1154684 II C18th A695
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04626055 on South of Fence, Beside Gate 1045367 II C18th Broomleyhope Wood
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04656059 on South Side of Fence 1303709 II C18th Broomleyhope Wood
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04666060 on South Side of Fence 1045366 II C18th Broomleyhope Wood
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04706066 on South Side of Fence 1154648 II C18th Broomleyhope Wood
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04716067 on South Side of Fence 1370249 II C18th Broomleyhope Wood
Boundary Stone at NGR NZ 04756069 1 Metre South of Fence 1303737 II C18th Broomleyhope Wood
Boundary Stone by Fence Corner 1045357 II C19th A695
Bywell Bridge over River Tyne (That Part in Broomley and Stocksfield Parish) 1154576 II 1838 BywellStocksfield
Cranford 1370247 II 1903 PainshawfieldStocksfield. House.
Dovecote 100 Metres South-West of Hall 1045371 II C18th Old Ridley
Farmbuildings North-West of Stocksfield Hall Farmhouse 1370251 II C19th Stocksfield
Farmbuildings to North-West of Old Ridley Farmhouse 1045373 II C18th Old Ridley
Forge House and Adjacent Forge 1370282 II c.1850 Stocksfield
Garden Wall North-East of Hall 1154778 II C18th Old Ridley
Garden Walls and Gates to South of Apperley Farmhouse 1045361 II c.1930 Apperley
Gas Generator House to North of Cranford 1303755 II c.1903 PainshawfieldStocksfield
Ha-Ha Wall 30 Metres North-East of Hall 1045372 II C18th Old Ridley
Merry Shield Farmhouse, Attached Cottage, Farmbuilding, House Occupied by Mr and Mrs Beattie and Garden Wall 1045370 II C18th Merry Shield, Stocksfield
Milestone 200 Metres East of Broomley Road Junction 1045356 II C18th A695
Old Ridley Hall 1303675 II C17th Old Ridley
Pair of Boundary Stones at Ngr Nz 04636057 on South Side of Fence 1370250 II C18th Broomleyhope Wood
Ridley Mill House 1303643 II C18th Ridley Mill
Screen Wall Adjacent to North-West Corner of Hall 1154782 II C18th Old Ridley
South Cottage 1370248 II C19th Broomley
South Farm Cottage and Middle Cottage 1045364 II C19th Broomley
Stable 10 Metres North-East of South Cottage 1303731 II C19th Broomley
Stocksfield Hall Farmhouse 1045375 II C18th Stocksfield
Stocksfield House 1154706 II 1832 Stocksfield
Stocksfield War Memorial 1396573 II 1921 Stocksfield, A695
Tansygarth Well, 140 Metres North of Apperley Farmhouse 1045362 II C17th Apperley
Terrace Walls to West of Cranford 1045363 II 1907 PainshawfieldStocksfield
Wall on West Side of Stocksfield Hall Farmhouse Garden 1154800 II C18th Stocksfield
Wentworth Cottage 1045369 II 1853 Stocksfield
West Farmhouse 1154643 II C18th Broomley
Romano-British settlement, 490m SSE of Apperley Dene 1006504 n/a   Scheduled Monument. Apperley
Wheelbirks furnace 1002919 n/a C16th Scheduled Monument. Wheelbirks

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.

Stocksfield War Memorial
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Stocksfield War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Stocksfield was built by public subscription on a site given by Lord Allendale. It was designed by Dixon & Son Ltd of …
Bywell Bridge, over the Tyne
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Bywell Bridge, over the Tyne
- Overview Map Street View Bywell bridge over the River Tyne was built 1836-1838, designed by George Basevi. The stone bridge carries the B6309 road over the Tyne, with Bywell on the north …
Batt Cottage, Stocksfield
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Batt Cottage, Stocksfield
- Overview Map Street View Batt Cottage on Batt House Road in Stocksfield was built in the 18th century. It was originallay a farmhouse known as Batt House. The building is …
Stocksfield Hall
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Stocksfield Hall
- Overview Map Stocksfield Hall is located near the River Tyne and Bywell Bridge, close to where Stocksfield Burn joins the Tyne. Historically, Stocksfield Hall was a township in the ancient …
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Beaumont House (former school)
- Overview Map Beumont House in Stocksfield is the former Bywell School, built in 1851, located in what was then Broomley township, in the ancient parish of Bywell St Peter. A …
Merry Shield
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Merry Shield
- Overview Map Merry Shield is a farm located to the north-east of Stocksfield. The farmhouse here dates from the 18th century, with 19th century additions. Merry Shield farmhouse is Grade …
Stocksfield House
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Stocksfield House
- Stocksfield House is the former headmaster's house to Bywell School, built in 1832. It is located in Stocksfield, next door to the former school building - now known as Beaumont …


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