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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Penrith

Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Penrith, Cumbria, from the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / monument.

Structure List No. Grade Built~ Notes
Nos. 1 and 2, Crown Square 1145123 II    
Nos. 1 and 2, Middlegate 1145081 II    
Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Bishop Yards 1326890  II*    
Nos. 1-3, Kitchenhill 1326911 II    
Nos. 1-8, Wordsworth Terrace 1177623 II    
Nos. 11 and 12, Little Dockray 1145078 II    
Nos. 11 and 12, St Andrew's Churchyard 1145053 II    
Nos. 11 and 12, West Lane 1326906 II    
Nos. 11 and 14, Queen Street 1145085 II    
No. 11, Devonshire Street 1145125 II    
Nos. 12 and 13, Albert Street 1145137 II    
No. 12, Devonshire Street 1137904 II    
No. 12, King Street 1145070 II    
Nos. 13, 14 and 15, Sandgate 1145056  II*    
No. 13, Devonshire Street 1326918 II    
Nos. 14-17, Meeting House Lane 1145080 II    
Nos. 17 and 18, Devonshire Street 1145086  II*    
No. 17, Queen Street 1326935 II    
No. 18, Brunswick Square 1145112 II    
Nos. 19 and 20, Arthur Street 1145140 II    
Nos. 19, 20, 20a and 21, King Street 1145071 II    
Nos. 19-21, Little Dockray 1312035 II    
Nos. 19-22, Queen Street 1145044 II    
Two Gate Piers to the Forecourt of the Mansion House 1145110  II*    
Nos. 2-4, St Andrew's Churchyard 1145051 II    
No. 20, Victoria Road 1145064 II    
No. 21, Arthur Street 1312140 II    
No. 21, Great Dockray 1137950 II    
No. 21, Stricklandgate 1138227 II    
Nos. 23, 24 and 25, Great Dockray 1145100 II    
No. 23, Devonshire Street 1326919 II    
Nos. 24 and 25, Corn Market 1137872 II    
Nos. 24 and 25, Queen Street 1145045 II    
No. 25a, Corn Market 1326895 II    
Nos. 26, 27, 27a, 28 and 28a, King Street 1145072 II    
No. 26, Corn Market 1312107 II    
No. 26, Great Dockray 1326885 II    
Nos. 26-29, Albert Street 1145138 II    
Nos. 3 and 4, Devonshire Street 1145124 II    
Nos. 3, 4 and 5, Corn Market 1312104 II    
Nos. 3-5, Middlegate 1326915 II    
Nos. 30 and 31, Arthur Street 1145141 II    
Nos. 30, 30a and 31, King Street 1312022 II    
Nos. 30, 31 and 32, Albert Street 1145139 II    
No. 36, Great Dockray 1312074 II    
Nos. 37, 38 and 39, Great Dockray 1326886 II    
No. 4, Angel Lane 1326903  II*    
No. 4, Great Dockray 1137943 II    
Nos. 41 and 42, King Street 1326910 II    
Nos. 43 and 44, King Street 1138031 II    
Nos. 45 and 46, Burrowgate 1145114 II    
No. 46, King Street 1145075 II    
Nos. 48, 49 and 50, Arthur Street 1137783 II    
Nos. 48-52, King Street 1138038 II    
Nos. 5 and 6, Devonshire Street 1137885 II    
Nos. 5, 6 and 7, Great Dockray 1145098 II    
Nos. 53, 54 and 55, Arthur Street 1145142 II    
No. 54, Burrowgate 1145115 II    
Nos. 6 and 7, Middlegate 1312014 II    
Nos. 6-12, Corn Market 1145121 II    
No. 60, Arthur Street 1137784 II    
Nos. 60-62, Stricklandgate 1145061 II    
Nos. 61, 62, 63 and 63b, Arthur Street 1326866 II    
Nos. 65-68, Arthur Street 1145143 II    
Nos. 7-10, Devonshire Street 1326897 II    
No. 8, Great Dockray 1326923 II    
No. 8, Little Dockray 1312034 II    
No. 8, Middlegate 1145082 II    
No. 8, St Andrew's Churchyard 1311964 II    
Nos. 9 and 10, King Street 1145069 II    
Nos. 9 and 10, Little Dockray 1326912 II    
Nos. 9 and 10, St Andrew's Churchyard 1145052 II    
Nos. 9, 10 and 11, Albert Street 1145136 II    
Nos. 9-11, Market Square 1145079 II    
Abbots Bank 1145097  II*    
Alma Cottage 1326887 II    
Altham's Iron Works 1145134 II    
Ash Grove 1326902 II    
Bank House 1312057 II    
Barclay's Bank 1138070 II    
Barco Lodge 1145095 II    
Barn and Farm Buildings to Rear of Lingstubs 1145065 II    
Barn and Stable Block to East of Number 21 1326941 II    
Beacon Tower 1326889  I 1719 Tower on Beacon Hill
Bishop Yards Cottage 1145108 II    
Bowerbank Hall 1326939 II    
Bowscar Mansion 1145111 II    
British Legion 1145083 II    
Brougham Castle Bridge 1145357 II 1813 Bridge over the River Eamont
Candia 1137845 II    
Carleton Hall (Cumbria Police Headquarters) 1312133  II*    
Carleton Hall Farmhouse 1326892  II*    
Carleton Hill 1145118 II    
Caroline Cottage 1145106 II    
Cemetery Lodge 1326888 II    
Christchurch 1145060 II    
Clock Tower 1326913 II 1861 Market Squre. Known as the Musgrave Monument.
Cockell House 1326920  II*    
Cold Springs 1311946 II    
Conservative Club 1326896 II    
Corney House 1312134  II*    
Cross Keys Public House 1145117 II    
Crozier Lodge 1145094 II    
Dockray Hall 1312065  I 1470 Great Dockray
Dockray Lodge 1145090 II    
Eamont Bridge 1145133  I C15th Widened 1875.
Eamont Lodge 1326940 II    
Fellside. the Flat, 1145084 II    
Fern Bank 1145104 II    
Former Frenchfield Farmhouse 1145116 II    
Former Grammar School 1145050 II    
Former Masonic Hall 1312059  II*    
Former Outbuildings and Cattle Shed at the Rear of Frenchfield Farm 1137840 II    
Former Salutation Hotel 1145063 II    
Former Two Lions Public House and Integral Stables 1312062  II*    
Former United Reformed Church 1145089 II    
Friends' Meeting House 1326914 II C17th Former farmhouse. Meeting House Lane.
Gate Piers in Forecourt of the Gloucester Arms 1145101 II    
Gate Piers to Corney House 1326893 II    
Gate Piers to Shepherd's Hill 1326942 II    
Gateway to Cemetery with Pair of Integral Chapels 1145105 II    
Glen Cottage Hotel 1326894 II    
Hill House and Coach House 1137936 II    
Hunter House 1326907 II    
Hutton Hall 1326922  II*    
Infant School 1312008 II    
Inglewood Inn Farmhouse and Integral Farm Buildings 1145067 II    
K6 Telephone Kiosk (Outside Penrith Station) 1145021 II    
Kitchenhill Bridge 1145076 II    
Lark Hall 1138212 II    
Lingstubs 1145103 II    
Lonsdale House 1138076 II    
Lowther Arms 1326917 II    
Lowther Gardens 1137877  II*    
Lowther House and Integral Barn 1326921 II    
Magistrate's Clerks Office 1145107 II    
Maiden Hill 1312037 II    
Malthouse in Grounds of Shepherd's Hill 1145062  II*    
Mansion House 1145109  II*    
Methodist Church 1145088 II 1872 Drover Lane / Wordsworth Street
Methodist Church 1145091 II    
Monument to Railway Contractors in St Andrew's Churchyard on North Side of Church 1145049 II    
Mostyn Cottage, Mostyn Hall Cottage, and Mostyn Hall 1312058 II    
No. 1, St Andrew's Place 1138160  II*    
No. 1, St Andrew's View 1326938 II    
No. 3, King Street 1326909 II    
No. 3, Little Dockray 1138048 II    
No. 32, King Street, 1145074 II    
North Bank 1145058 II    
North Friarage 1145096  II*    
Nos. 1 and 2, St Andrew's Square 1138179 II    
Number 7, with Attached Coach House and Stable 1311959 II    
Outwood and Integral Stable and Coach House 1312143 II    
Parish Church of St Andrew 1145048  I C12th  
Penrith Boer War Memorial 1446766 II    
Penrith Castle 1138256  I C14th  
Penrith Station 1326905 II 1846 Built for the Lancaster & Carlisle Railway
Penrith Town Hall 1420806 II    
Plague Stone in Grounds of Greengarth Old People's Home 1137825  II* 1598 Bridge Lane
Potters Lodge 1145093 II    
Premises Occupied by Harrison Granger and Fairer, Solicitors 1326937 II    
Premises Occupied by Office of Greenholme Construction Company Limited 1326891 II    
Premises Occupied by Thornborrow, Estate Agent 1145055 II    
Prince Albert House 1145135 II    
Roundthorn Hotel 1145059 II    
Rutherford House 1145046 II    
Screen Walls of Forecourt to Mansion House 1137823 II    
Shepherd's Hill 1311922  II*    
Shepherd's View and Attached Barn 1311919 II    
St Andrew's Bookshop 1138193 II    
Stoney Beck Inn and Integral Farm Buildings 1145066 II    
Strickland Hotel 1137867 II    
Thacka Gate and Thacka House 1326936 II    
The Board and Elbow Public House 1145122 II    
The Dog Beck Public House 1311954 II    
The Druids Arms 1145057 II    
The Gathering 1145054  II*    
The General Wolfe Inn 1145077 II    
The George Hotel 1145087  II*    
The Grey Goat Inn 1137834 II    
The Last Orders Inn 1137836 II    
The Vicarage 1145092 II    
The White Horse Public House 1145099 II    
The Woolpack Inn 1145113 II    
Toll Bar Cottage 1326908 II    
Tourist Information Centre 1311984  II*    
Tudor Cottage 1138170 II    
Tynefield House 1311930 II    
Victoria Cottage 1145119 II    
Virginia 1326904 II    
War Memorial outside St Andrew's Church 1434044 II    
Waverley Hotel 1145073 II    
Welcome Inn with Attached Stable and Barn 1145068 II    
Strickland's Pele Tower and Penrith Castle 1010690 n/a   Scheduled Monument
The Giant's Thumb - Anglian high cross in St Andrew's churchyard, Penrith 1007630 n/a   Scheduled Monument
The Giant's Grave - Two Anglian cross-shafts and four hogback stones in St Andrew's churchyard, Penrith 1007629 n/a C10th Scheduled Monument
Standing stone 180m NNE of Skirsgill 1007626 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Holme Head standing stone 260m north west of Kitchenhill Bridge 1018363 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.

Penrith Castle
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Penrith Castle
- Overview About Penrith Castle Map Street View Penrith Castle was built at the end of the 14th century by Ralph Neville (c.1364–1425) was granted the manor of Penrith in 1396. …
Church of St Andrew
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Church of St Andrew
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Beacon Tower
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Beacon Tower
- Overview Map Street View The red sandston tower on Beacon Hill, to the north of Penrith, was built in 1719 on the site of earlier beacons. The beacon is Grade …
Brougham Castle Bridge
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Brougham Castle Bridge
- The red sandstone bridge over the River Eamont, near Brougham Castle, was built in 1813. The bridge, near Penrith, was built to carry the Penrith-Appleby turnpike road over the River Eamont, …
Eamont Bridge (bridge)
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Eamont Bridge (bridge)
- Overview About Eamont Bridge Map Street View The sandstone bridge over the River Eamont at Eamont Bridge (village) dates from the c.15th century. The bridge crossed the old county boundary …
Clock Tower, Market Square
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Clock Tower, Market Square
- Overview Map Street View The Clock Tower, also known as the Musgrave Monument, is located in the Market Square at Penrith. The monument is inscribed "In sympathy with the great …
Penrith Station
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Penrith Station
- Overview About Penrith Station Map Street View Inside The railway station in Penrith, Cumbria, located off Ullswater Road, opposite the imposing ruins of Penrith Castle. The station was originally built …
The Giant's Grave, Penrith
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The Giant's Grave, Penrith
- A pair of 10th century Anglian cross shafts and four hogback stones, known locally as 'The Giant's Grave', is located in St Andrew's churchyard, Penrith. By local tradition, it is said …
Friends' Meeting House, Penrith
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Friends' Meeting House, Penrith
- Overview Map Street View The Friends' Meeting House in Penrith is a former farmhouse which became the first dissenting place of worship in the town. In 1699, Quakers, who had …
Plague stone, Penrith
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Plague stone, Penrith
- Overview Map Street View The Plague Stone is located beside the footpath from Bridge Lane to Tynefield Drive in Penrith. It is thought to be an old cross base, and …
Dockray Hall, Penrith
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Dockray Hall, Penrith
- Overview Map Street View Dockray Hall is located on Great Dockray in Penrith. The Hall dates from c.1470, but most of the building seen today dates from the late 16th …


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