Gateway to Church of St Agatha, c. 25 M NE of Church
Gateway. c1869. Probably by Sir G G Scott.
Monument to Robert Carter Aproximately 22 M S of Priest's Door of Church of St Agatha
Chest tomb. c1761. For Robert Carter died 1761, husband of Margret Carter (qv).
Monument to Margaret Carter c. 21 M S of Priest's Door of Church of St Agatha
Chest tomb. c1735. For Margret Carter of Brompton on Swale, died 1735, wife of Robert Carter (qv).
Monument to Thomas Wilkin c. 20 M S of SE Corner of S Aisle of Church of St Agatha
Chest tomb. c1763. For Thomas Wilkin died 1763.
Church of St Agatha
Church. C12, c1200, C13 and late C14, restored 1869 by Sir G G Scott. Rubble; artificial slate, stone slate and lead roofs.
Ruins of Abbey of St Agatha
Ruins of Premonstratensian Abbey of St Agatha. Late C12, early C13, c1300, early C14, early C15. Sandstone.
Abbey House Ruins of Monastic Barn
Ruins of barn, partly converted into house. C14, with C19 and C20 alterations. Rubble sandstone, stone slate roof.
Easby Hall and Numbers 1 and 2 Easby Court
Marked on old editions of Ordnance Survey Maps as Easby Hall, and on newer editions as Easby House. Country house, with one wing now divided into 2 flats. c1730, for Rev Wm Smith, with later alterations and additions for Leonard Jaques.
2 houses, now 1. Late C17, perhaps earlier in origin, with later alterations. Rubble, artificial stone slate roof.
Marked on Ordnance Survey Map as Abbey Farm. Corn watermill and mill-house, now house. Late C18 - early C19, on much older foundations.
Vicarage. c1868. Rubble with ashlar dressings, Welsh slate roof.
4 almshouses, now one house. Dated 1732, altered 1816. For Rev William Smith.
Coach House and Screen Wall to NW of Vicarage
Coach-house and screen wall linking it to The Vicarage (qv). c1868. Rubble with ashlar dressings, Welsh slate roof.
St Martins House and Screen Walls
Gateway to St Trinians Hall
Gate piers and gates. Probably second half of C18. Ashlar and wrought iron.
St Trinian's Hall
House. Early - mid C18, later C18 and c1906. 1906 work for Leonard Jaques of Easby.
Boundary Stone c. 1 M E of Scots Dyke
Garden Walls to NE of St Trinian's Hall
Wall formerly of kitchen garden. Mid - late C18. Brick, with rubble backing and ashlar coping.