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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Tarset with Greystead CP


Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Tarset with Greystead 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
Bastle on North Side of Road 1044839  II*    
Bastle on South Side of Road 1156438 II    
Black Middens Bastlehouse Circa 1/2 Mile South-East of Comb 1156429  II* C16th Near Greenhaugh
Borbie Castle Circa 1/2 Mile North-West of Comb 1370502 II    
Boundary Stone C 50 Yards South of Sundaysight 1044966 II    
Bridge over Tarset Burn 1370504 II C19th Lanehead
Church of St Aidan 1302858 II 1818 Thorneyburn
Dovecote Circa 100 Yards South of Redheugh Farmhouse 1044843 II C18th Near Thorneyburn
Footbridge over River North Tyne 1044858 II    
Gardeners Cottage 1044841 II    
High Thorneyburn Farmhouse 1370505 II    
Highgreen Manor 1044840 II    
Limekiln Circa 1/2 Mile North of Heathery Hall 1370503 II    
Redheugh Farmhouse 1302863 II C16th Near Thorneyburn. Incorporates C16th bastle.
Stable and Coach House Circa 30 Yards North-West of Thorneyburn Rectory 1302860 II    
Stable Block Circa 20 Yards West of Highgreen Manor 1156445 II    
Tarset Castle 1156449  II*    
Thorneyburn Rectory 1044842 II    
Chirdonburn Bridge 1370509 II    
Church of St Luke 1044857 II 1818 Greystead
Dally Castle 1044856  I C13th Greystead. Ruined castle.
Greystead Rectory 1370510 II    
Snabdaugh Farmhouse and Attached Cottage 1370511  I    
Tarset fortified house, 180m east of Tarset Hall 1015528 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Shilla Hill bastle 350m west of Comb 1008991 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Romano-British farmstead, 330m north west of Sidwood Cottage 1008989 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Hill House bastle and associated enclosures, 850m NNW of Sidwood Cottage 1010034 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Gatehouse South bastle 1006429 n/a   Scheduled Monument
North Bastle, Gatehouse 1015527 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Bastle and associated buildings 730m north west of Comb 1008992 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Romano-British farmstead 170m north of Cleugh Head 1008988 n/a   Scheduled Monument
Two bastles, an 18th century farmhouse and associated enclosures at Black Middings 1011643 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.

Black Middens Bastle House
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Black Middens Bastle House
- Overview About Black Middens Bastle Map Street View Black Middens Bastle House is at an isolated location on the north side of the Tarset Valley, about 2 miles north-west of ...
Church of St Luke, Greystead
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Church of St Luke, Greystead
Bridge over Tarset Burn, Lanehead
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Bridge over Tarset Burn, Lanehead
Dally Castle, Greystead
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Dally Castle, Greystead
Church of St Aiden, Thorneyburn
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Church of St Aiden, Thorneyburn
Redheugh Farmhouse, nr Thorneyburn
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Redheugh Farmhouse, nr Thorneyburn
- A 16/17th century bastle house, later remodelled in 1732, for William Charlton. Redheugh Farmhouse is a Grade II listed building. 
Dovecote nr Thorneyburn
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Dovecote nr Thorneyburn

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