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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Gainford Civil Parish

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Gainford Civil Parish, County Durham, from the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument. Many of these buildings are also within Gainford Conservation Area.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
Nos. 10 and 11, High Green 1121109 II    
No. 10, High Row 1159599 II    
Nos. 15, 16 and 16a, High Green 1159552 II    
No. 2, High Row 1121110 II    
No. 23, High Green 1323005 II    
Nos. 27 and 28, Low Green 1159617 II    
No. 3, High Row 1159575 II    
No. 3, Tees View 1121075 II    
No. 4, High Row 1323006 II    
No. 4, Tees View 1323030 II    
No. 5, High Row 1159580 II    
No. 6, High Row 1121111 II    
No. 6, Tees View 1323031 II    
Nos. 8 and 9, High Green 1121108 II    
Academy Hall 1160172 II c.1818 Former school, now Academy Theatre.
Airy Croft 1159607 II    
Alwent Hall 1310994 II    
Alwent Mill and Mill Race 1121101 II    
Alwent Mill House 1121102 II    
Barn and Pigsty, 20 Metres East of Selaby Home Farmhouse 1310907 II    
Barn Attached to West of Selaby Home Farmhouse 1323012 II    
Cartshed and Barn, 10 Metres West of Old Farmhouse, Hollin Hall West 1121107 II    
Church of St Mary 1121114  I C13th On the site of an Anglo-Saxon monastery
Church of St Osmund and linking range to presbytery 1431023 II    
Cleveland Cottage 1310959 II    
Column,35 Metres East of Edleston House 1159714 II c.1750 Commemorates the Treaty of Aachen, 1748.
Dovecote, 45 metres south of Gainford Hall 1121116  II* C17th  
Durham House 1121113 II    
East Greystone Farmhouse 1121098 II C18th  
Farmbuildings Attached to West of Alwent Hall 1121105 II    
Gainford Hall 1323010  I 1603 Former manor house
Gainford War Memorial 1437053 II 1921  
Garden Wall, 20 Metres South West of Gainford Hall 1262592 II    
Garden Wall, 20 Metres South-East of Gainford Hall 1159709 II    
Garden Walls and Piers to Nos.8 to 15 1323008 II    
Garden Walls and Piers to Numbers 2 to 7 1251781 II    
Garden Walls and Summerhouse, 20 Metres West of Selaby Hall 1310902 II    
Gazebo, 30 Metres South-East of No. 7 Gainford House 1310971 II    
Greystone Hall 1121099 II C17th  
Headstone to Thomas Williamson, 5 Metres South of Church of St. Mary 1323009 II    
Labarnum Cottage 1121115 II    
Mayfield House 1310915 II    
Milestone, 110 Metres South of Greystone Hall 1121100 II C19th A67
Milestone, 500 Metres South of Alwent Farmhouse 1121104 II    
Old Farmhouse at Hollin Hall West 1121106 II    
Pigsty, 15 Metres North of Alwent Hall 1159511 II    
Selaby Hall 1121117 II    
Selaby Home Farmhouse and Wall Attached to East 1121118 II    
Stable and Loose Boxes Attached to Old Farmhouse, Hollin Hall West 1311004 II    
Stable/Byre Range Attached to Right of Alwent Mill House 1121103 II    
Sundial in Centre of Walled Garden, 20 Metres West of Selaby Hall 1323011 II    
The Fountain Basin, 200 Metres North-West of Whispering Waters 1323004 II    
The Manor House 1121076 II C19th No 5, Tees View
The Mansion House 1323007 II    
Tomb to Sir William Pudsey, 1 Metre South of the Church of St. Mary 1159659 II    
Village Cross 1159562 II 1897 Base of cross is medieval.
Walled Garden to East and Ha-Ha Wall to South of Greystone Hall 1323043 II C18th Greystone Hall
White House 1121112 II    

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.

St Mary's Parish Church
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St Mary's Parish Church
- Overview Map Street View St Mary's Church in Gainford, County Durham, dates from the 13th Century. It was  built on the site of an early 8th century Anglo-Saxon monastery. The …
War Memorial, Gainford
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War Memorial, Gainford
- The memorial, dedicated to the people of Gainford, County Durham, who gave their lives in the First World War is located in the church yard of  St Mary's Parish Church. …
Gainford Hall
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Gainford Hall
- Overview About Gainford Hall Map Street View Gainford Hall is a Jacobean manor house located at the west of Gainford, County Durham. The hall was built in c.1603 for John …
Dovecote, Gainford Hall
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Dovecote, Gainford Hall
Academy Theatre
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Academy Theatre
- Overview Map Street View Academy Theatre, located off High Green in Gainford, was once a boys boarding school. Gainford Academy, founded by Rev. William Bowman, operated from this building from …
Column by Edlestone Hall
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Column by Edlestone Hall
- This 40 ft tall classical column was originally erected at Stanwick Park, North Yorkshire, in c.1750. It was built by Sir Hugh Smithson to commemorate the Peace of Aachen of …
Greystone Hall
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Greystone Hall
- Overview Map Street View Greystone Hall is set back off the A67, about half a mile east of Gainford. It is a former manor house, dating back to the 16th …
Village Cross
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Village Cross
- A stone cross commemorating Queen Victoria's Jubilee located on the village Green at Gainford, County Durham. The inscription reads: "In thankful commemoration of the sixtieth anniversary of the accession of …
Manor House, Gainford
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Manor House, Gainford
- Overview Map Street View No. 5 Tees View, 'The Manor House', in Gainford was built in the early 19th century. The building is Grade II listed on the National Heritage …
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Old Milestone by the A67, opposite Greystone Hall

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