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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Maften Civil Parish


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Maften 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
Barn, Stable and Cartshed Approx 20 Yds West of South Farm 1042750 II    
Bell, Aynsley, Stockdale and Wilkinson Headstones Approx 5 Yards South of Church of All Saints 1042748 II    
Blackett House and Temperance Cottage 1303470 II    
Bridge Approx 200 Yards North-East of Fenwick Shield Farmhouse 1303524 II    
Bridge at West End of Village Green 1042781 II    
Bridge over River Pont Approx 300 Yards South-West of Matfen Hall 1042786 II    
Byres Attached to West of West Fenwick Farmhouse 1155085 II    
Church of All Saints 1042747 II C12th Ryal. Partly rebuilt 1845.
Church of the Holy Trinity 1042782 II 1842 Matfen. By Sir Edward Blackett
Church View 1155267 II    
Churchyard Wall Approx 20 Yards South of Church of the Holy Trintity 1155240 II    
Corneyside 1155002 II    
Dixon, Robson and 2 Other Headstones Approx 10 Yards South of Church of All Saints 1370693 II    
Dovecote and Kennels Approx 30 Yards South West of Kennels Cottage 1042751 II    
Drinking Fountain 20 Yards North East of Post Office 1042784 II 1886 Matfen. By the village green.
Dutch Barn Approx 50 Yards North of Matfen High House 1042778 II    
East End Cottage and Attached Garden Wall 1155201 II    
East Lodge 1155302 II    
East Matfen Farmhouse and Attached Garden Wall 1370707 II    
Farmbuilding at Moralees 1303488 II    
Farmbuildings and Cottage at South Fens 1042777 II    
Farmbuildings North of Fenwick Tower 1155058 II    
Farmbuildings to West of East Matfen Farmhouse 1155014 II    
Fenwick Lodge, Gatepiers and Screen Wall 1042774 II    
Fenwick Shield Farmhouse 1303555 II    
Fenwick Tower 1370708 II    
Garden Wall and Gate to South of Fenwick Shield Farmhouse 1042775 II    
Garden Wall and Privy Attached to East of South Hall 1303497 II    
Garden Walls South of West Fenwick Farmhouse 1370709 II    
Gates, Gatepiers and Screen Walls to West of Matfen Hall 1042787  II*    
High House Farm Brewery 1155124 II    
Icehouse Approx 100 Yards South-West of Kennels Cottage 1042752 II    
Kennels Cottage 1370695 II    
Limekiln Approx 440 Yards East of Ryal 1042749 II C19th Ryal
Matfen Hall 1155328  II* 1836 On site of earlier house of 1690.
Matfen High House 1155107 II    
Matfen Piers 1303577 II    
Matfen War Memorial 1438933 II 1920  
Milepost Pier 20 Yards West of Great Whittington Road End 1042785 II    
Muckleridge and Attached Garden Walls to South 1370730 II    
Numbers 16 and 17 Southside 1042783 II    
Paddock Wall South of South Hall 1370711 II    
Pump and Trough Approx 15 Yards North of Matfen High House 1370710 II    
South Farm 1370694 II C18th Ryal
South Hall 1042779  II* C18th Ingoe
South Wallhouses Farmhouse and Attached Outbuildings 1042773 II    
Standing Stone 1370696 II    
The Old Chapel 1042780 II    
The Stob Stone 1155462 II    
Well and Drinking Trough Approx 100 Yds South of Matfen Hall 1370674 II    
West Fenwick Farmhouse and Former Byre Attached to West 1042776 II    
West Lodge to Maften Hall 1155342 II    
East Matfen medieval village and open field system 1016351 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hadrian's Wall and vallum between the B6321 and Sunnybrae at Halton Shields, in wall miles 18 and 19 1017534 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Beacon and enclosure, 175m east of Mootlaw 1015850 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Standing stone with cup markings, 50m south of Standing Stone Farm 1014068 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Unenclosed hut circle settlement, 180m north east of Sandyway Heads 1014069 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Standing stone with cup markings, 230m south of Sandyway Heads 1014070 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn, 280m SSE of Sandyway Heads 1014071 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Round cairn, 250m south east of Low Hall 1014072 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hadrian's Wall and vallum between the B6309 and the B6321 in wall miles 16, 17 and 18 1010622 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.

Church of the Holy Trinity
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Church of the Holy Trinity
- Holy Trinity Church in Matfen was built form 1841 to 1842, designed and funded by Sir Edward Blackett of Matfen Hall. The spire was added from 1853 to 1854. It ...
Matfen Hall
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Matfen Hall
- Overview About Matfen Hall Map Street View Matfen Hall was a country house built for by Sir Edward Blackett in 1832-6 on the site of an earlier Jacobean house in ...
South Hall, Ingoe
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South Hall, Ingoe
- South Hall at Ingoe in Northumberland was built in the early 18th Century. It is a Grade II* listed building.
Drinking fountain, Matfen village green
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Drinking fountain, Matfen village green
Matfen War Memorial
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Matfen War Memorial
- Overview Map Street View The war memorial at Matfen was unveiled on the 1st of May1920 by Lt-Col. Sir Percy Wilkinson and dedicated by the vicar, Rev. H. Doudney. The ...
Stob Stone
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Stob Stone
- Overview Map Street View Stob Stone is a Bronze Age standing stone, located by the roadside at Standing Stone Farm, about half a mile south of Matfen in Northumberland. The ...
Church of All Saints, Ryal
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Church of All Saints, Ryal
- Overview Map Street View All Saints Church at Ryal dates from the 12th century and was previously a chapel of ease to the church at Stamfordham. The church was restored and ...
South Farm, Ryal
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South Farm, Ryal
- Overview Map Street View The farmhouse at South Farm at Ryal was built in the 18th century. It had a staircase wing added to the rear of the building in 1771.[1] ...
Limekiln, Ryal
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Limekiln, Ryal
- Overview Map There is an early 19th century limekiln to the east of Rydal. It is a Grade II listed structure.

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