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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Denwick Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Denwick Civil Parish, Northumberland, 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, 3 and 5, Denwick Village 1153547 II    
10 Boundary Stones on Parish Boundary with Denwick (Detached) Civil Parish 1054003 II    
11 and 13, Denwick Village 1304233 II    
17 and 19, Denwick Village 1042047 II    
2 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Alnwick Civil Parish 1371050 II    
21 and 23, Denwick Village 1304237 II    
4 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Newton on the Moor Civil Parish 1051072 II    
7 and 9, Denwick Village 1042046 II    
Alnwick Abbey Gatehouse 1042051  I C14th Hulne Park
Barn and Gingang to North West of White House Folly Farmhouse 1051095 II    
Brizlee Tower 1076985  I 1781 Hulne Park
Denwick Bridge over River Aln 1042043  I 1766 Also listed as 1371329
Denwick House 1042049 II    
Denwick War Memorial 1433767 II 1920  
Dovecote to East of Heckley Fence Farmhouse with Attached Wall 1371059 II    
Farmbuilding Group at East Brizlee with Attached Walls 1042053 II    
Farmbuilding Group North West of Rugley Farmhouse 1042022 II    
Farmbuildings with Attached Walls South West of Greensfield Farmhouse 1371049 II    
Friars Well 50 Metres West of Friars Well Lodge 1342740 II    
Front Walls and Gatepiers to Numbers 1-23 (Odd) 1042048 II    
Garden Walls and Gate to West of Park Farmhouse 1371085 II    
Greensfield Farmhouse with Attached Wall to North 1042020 II    
Greensfield Moor Farmhouse 1042019 II    
Heckley High House Farmhouse with Adjacent Outbuilding to West 1067717 II    
Heckley House 1042044 II    
Heiferlaw Tower 1304282  I C15th  
Hulne Friary Curtain Wall and Attached Structure 1042012  I    
Hulne Friary Infirmary 1042011  II*    
Hulne Friary Summerhouse and Tower 1049118  I    
Hulne Friary; Ruins of Church and Claustral Buildings 1042054  I    
Iron Bridge over River Aln 1042013  II* 1812 Hulne Park
Islaford Bridge Carrying Humbleheugh Track over White House Burn 1042018 II    
Ladys Well on East Side of Ladys Well Drive 1371083 II    
Limekiln 100 Metres South of Road 650 Metres West of Old Rugley 1052367 II    
Lodge at Park Entrance 100 Metres East of Alnwick Abbey Gatehouse 1076976 II    
Main Farmbuilding Group to North of Park Farmhouse 1049065 II    
Malcolm's Cross and Remains of Older Cross on West 1153333 II    
Milepost 100 Metres East of Shipley Bridge 1371060 II    
Milepost 130 Metres South of Blackbog Burn Bridge 1042045 II    
Milepost 180 Metres North of Abbey Cottage 1153515 II    
Milepost 300 Metres East of White House Burn Bridge 1304251 II    
Milepost 380 Metres North of Denwick Bridge End 1153391 II    
Milepost 40 Metres North of Entrance to Heckley House 1153486 II    
Milepost 420 Metres North of Track to Heckley Fence 1304291 II    
Milepost 80 Metres South of Broom House Roundabout 1042041 II    
Milepost on East Side of Old A1 210 Metres North of Cawledge Bridge 1372898 II    
Moor Lodge and Attached Screen Wall 1042014 II    
Outbuilding Range to North of Greensfield Farmhouse 1051081 II    
Outer Precinct Wall to East and North of Hulne Friary 1371082 II    
Pair of Limekilns 350 Metres North West of Hobberlaw 1051083 II    
Pant 50 Metres East of Village Hall 1067776 II 1859 Denwick
Pant and Adjacent Walls 30 Metres South West of Road Junction in Centre of Village 1042050 II    
Park Farmhouse 1042016 II    
Remains of White Cross 400 Metres North East of Denwick Bridge 1042042 II    
Ruins of St Leonard's Hospital 1371058 II C13th  
Shelter Shed 30 Metres South of Greenfield Farmhouse 1042021 II    
Shelter Shed Block 40 Metres South West of Park Farmhouse 1042017 II    
South Part of Farmbuilding Range 20 Metres North East of Humbleheugh Farmhouse 1051087 II    
Statue at Entrance to Nine Year Aud Hole on North of Cave Drive 250 Metres South West of Brizlee Tow 1042015 II    
The Lion Bridge over River Aln 1304367  I 1775 Partly in Denwick, partly in Alnwick. 
West Brizlee; Shelter Shed on East of Old Farmhouse 1049051 II    
White Well 120 Metres North of Alnwick Abbey Gatehouse 1042052 II    
Alnwick Castle - grounds 1001041  I C18th Listed Park & garden. Partly in this parish. Includes Hulne Park.
St Leonard's Hospital, Alnwick 1006595 n/a C13th Scheduled Monument
Alnwick Abbey 1006598 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hulne Priory 1002904 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Heiferlaw tower house, 230m north east of Holywell 1014061 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Standing stone, 550m south west of White House 1014062 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Defended settlement, 620m SSW of West Brizlee 1014066 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Defended settlement, 300m WNW of West Brizlee 1014067 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Defended settlement, 100m north west of Chester Cottage 1014073 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Heiferlaw defended settlement and Second World War Zero Station, 100m north of Holywell 1014080 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Lion Bridge 1006568 n/a   Scheduled Monument. Part in this parish, part in Alnwick.

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.

Alnwick Abbey
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Alnwick Abbey
- Overview About Alnwick Abbey Map Street View   Alnwick Abbey was founded as a Premonstratensian monastery in 1147 by Eustace fitz John near Alnwick, England, as a daughter house of ...
Brizlee Tower
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Brizlee Tower
- Overview About Brizlee Tower Map Brizlee Tower is located about 2 miles north-west of Alnwick, situated on a hill top, overlooking Hulne Park. The ornamental tower was built in 1781 for ...
Denwick Bridge
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Denwick Bridge
- Overview Map Street View Denwick Bridge over the River Aln is located about half a mile north east of Alnwick and a similar distance south west of Denwick. The stone ...
Heiferlaw Tower
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Heiferlaw Tower
- Heiferlaw Tower was a lookout tower for Alnwick Abbey, built in the late 15th century. It is a large squared stone 3 story and roofless tower. The tower has a ...
The Lion Bridge
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The Lion Bridge
- Overview Map Street View The Lion Bridge over the River Aln at Alnwick was built in 1775 by John Adam.[1] The stone bridge has 4 arches and in the centre of ...
War Memorial, Denwick
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War Memorial, Denwick
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial in Denwick was unveiled on the 14th of November 1920 by the Duke of Northumberland. It was dedicated by Canon Mangin, Vicar of ...
Iron Bridge
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Iron Bridge
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Pant near Village Hall, Denwick
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Pant near Village Hall, Denwick
- Overview Map Street View This pant (covered water supply) in Denwick was built in 1859. It is Grade II listed.
Hulne Priory
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Hulne Priory
St Leonard's Hospital (ruins), Denwick
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St Leonard's Hospital (ruins), Denwick
- Overview Map Street View The remains of the medieval St Leonard's Hospital are beside the B6341 road, about ¾ mile north of Alnwick and a mile west of the village of ...

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