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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Earle Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Earle 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
Boundary Stone Circa 20 Yards South of North Yearle Farm Buildings 1370902 II C18th  
Earle Mill 1152971 II C18th By Wooler Water. With C19th drying kiln
Earle Mill Cottage 1042379 II C18th  
Farmbuilding Circa 50 Yards South of Middleton Hall 1042339 II C18th  
Farmbuildings Circa 15 Yards West of Langleeford Farmhouse 1042380 II C19th  
Langleeford Farmhouse 1152979 II C18th  
Middleton Hall 1370920 II 1807 On the site of a medieval basstle.
Sundial Circa 30 Yards South of Middleton Hall 1042340 II 1703  
The Kettles univallate hillfort and enclosed settlement, 261m north west and 331m south west of King's Chair 1006530 n/a Iron Age Scheduled Monument
Roman period native settlement 400m WSW of Carey Burn Bridge 1014928 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Tathey Crags prehistoric unenclosed hut circle settlement 1015644 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric unenclosed hut circle settlement south east of Long Crags 1015645 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman period native farmstead north west of Long Crags, 600m south east of Langleeford 1015646 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman period native settlement on south eastern slope of Hart Heugh, 490m north west of Carey Burn Bridge 1016237 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric unenclosed hut circle settlement and field system on Snear Hill, 700m west of the western edge of Coronation Wood 1016243 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman period native enclosed settlement 360m south east of Broadstruther 1016249 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Roman period native settlement 750m north west of Carey Burn Bridge 1018440 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Prehistoric field system and unenclosed hut circle settlement on eastern slopes of Hart Heugh, 550m south west of Earlehillhead 1018441 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Two prehistoric enclosures, field clearance cairns and unenclosed hut circle settlement north of Hart Heugh, 600m south west of Wooler Common 1018442 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Bronze Age round cairn on summit of Hart Heugh, 780m south west of Earlehillhead 1018446 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.

Earle Mill
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Earle Mill
- Overview Map Earle Mill is a watermill located by Wooler Water. It was built in the 18th century and has a distinctive 19th century drying kiln attached. It is aproximately ...
Middleton Hall, near Wooler
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Middleton Hall, near Wooler
- Overview Map Street View Middleton Hall in Earle, near Wooler, was built in 1807. The hall was built on the site of a medieval basstle house and Middleton Hall (sometimes ...
Langleeford Farmhouse
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Langleeford Farmhouse
- Overview Map Street View Langleeford Farmhouse dates from around the mid 18th century. The farmhouse is a Grade II listed building. The poet Sir walter Scott once stayed here in ...
Earle Mill Cottage
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Earle Mill Cottage
- Overview Map The cottage by Earle Mill dates from the 18th century and is a Grade II listed building. The cottage is close to Wooler Water and is about half ...
Kettles Hillfort, near Wooler
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Kettles Hillfort, near Wooler
- The Kettles is the earwork remains of an Iron Age and Roman hill fort and settlement near Earle and Wooler in Northumberland.[1] The fort occupies a natural ridge protected on ...
Farmbuildings at Langleeford Farm
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Farmbuildings at Langleeford Farm
- The farmbuildings to the west of Langleeford farmhouse date from the 19th century and are a Grade II listed building.[1]

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