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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Ellingham CP


This page includes historic buildings, monuments, and sites in Ellingham Civil Parish in Northumberland, compiled from two sources: a) Listed buildings and scheduled monuments, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. b) the List of Buildings, Parks and Gardens of Special Local Architectural or Historic Interest ('Local List') from Ellingham Parish Council.[2] Use the Search in the data table (below) if looking for a specific building / monument, or to filter on a particular area e.g. type: Preston.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Locality Note
Cup and ring marked rocks on Wandylaw Moor, 1km west of Wandylaw 1006560 n/a Bronze Age Wandylaw Scheduled Monument
9 Boundary Stones on Boundary with Ellingham Civil Parish 1041978 II c.1755    
Boundary Stone on Boundary with Ellingham Parish Council 1370025 II c.1755    
Chathill Station and Down Platform 1276357 II 1847 Chathill By Benjamin Green
Church of St Maurice 1276368 II 1862 Ellingham On the site of an ancient church.
Ellingham Lodge 1233931 II C19th Ellingham  
Garden Wall and Gatepiers at Newham South Buildings 1276276 II C19th Newham  
Gates and Gateway Circa 100 Yards West of Ellingham Hall 1233957 II C19th Ellingham  
Newham Hall 1233959 II 1850 Newham  
Newham South Building 1276371 II C19th Newham  
Old Vicarage 1233956 II C18th Ellingham  
Preston Tower (New) 1233960 II 1805 Preston aka Preston Tower House. 
Preston Tower (Old) 1034424  II* C14th Preston Scheduled Monument (1006612)
Preston Villa and Joiners Workshop to Rear 1234161 II c.1860 Preston  
Signal Box at Chathill Station 1276364 II C19th Chathill  
Snipehill and Attached Stable 1234080 II C18th    
South Lodge and Gateway to Preston Tower 1276334 II 1866 Preston  
Stable Block Circa 60 Yards North East of Preaton Tower (New) 1276335 II c.1860 Preston  
The Nest 1276370 II C18th Ellingham Cottage and attached forge
Waiting Shed and Up Platform at Chathill Station 1233788 II 1847 Chathill  
Wandylaw Farmhouse 1233966 II C18th Wandylaw  
Wood Cottage 1233787 II 1758    
Pack Horse Inn - Local C19th Ellingham 1809 or earlier
Chathill Post Office - Local 1900 Chathill  
The Pant at Chathill - Local 1887 Chathill  
Ellingham Hall - Local C18th Ellingham Damaged by fire in 1904

1. 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

2. Non-designated Heritage Assets of Local Importance - Ellingham Parish Council (see also the Ellingham Neighbourhood Plan.). Check Ellingham Parish Council for updates and new entries.

Preston Tower
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Preston Tower
- Overview About Preston Tower Map Preston Tower is a 14th century pele tower in Preston, near Chathill, in Northumberland. The Tower is a Grade II* listed building. "The Preston pele ...
Preston Tower House
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Preston Tower House
Church of St Maurice, Ellingham
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Church of St Maurice, Ellingham
- Overview Map Street View St Maurice's Church is the parish church of Ellingham in Northumberland. The present church is located to the south-east of the village, on the site of ...
Chathill Station
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Chathill Station
- Overview About Chathill Station Map Street View The station at Chathill in Northumberland was designed by Benjamin Green for the Newcastle & Berwick Railway company and opened in 1847. The ...
Old Post Office, Chathill
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Old Post Office, Chathill
- "The Post Office building replaced the post office building beside Ellingham School (Rose Cottage). Originally post was collected at the Rose Cottage site from the coastal area and then taken ...
Waiting Shed, Chathill Station
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Waiting Shed, Chathill Station
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Signal Box, Chathill
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Signal Box, Chathill
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Wandylaw Farmhouse
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Wandylaw Farmhouse
- Overview Map Street View The famhouse at Wandylaw Farm was built in the late 18th century and is a Grade II listed building.[1]
Ellingham Hall
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Ellingham Hall
- Overview Map Street View Ellingham Hall was built in the 19th Century for Sir John Haggerston, on the site of an early building in Ellingham, Northumberland. Later, the hall was ...
Pack Horse Inn, Ellingham
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Pack Horse Inn, Ellingham
- Overview Map Street View The Pack Horse is a traditional country pub in Ellingham, Northumberland. The building is documented on a tithe map in 1809, but may be older. It ...
Village Pant, Chathill
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Village Pant, Chathill
- Overview Map Street View "A great great aunt of the present Gilly Baker -Cresswell was driving a pony and trap up to the level crossing when a steam train, which ...

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