Nettleton House was built in 1827.
Pearl Wheatley, 2012
This is an eighteenth-century building.
Primitive Methodist Chapel in Church Street, Nettleton was built about 1860 and
was still in use in the 1950s.
Originally there were four bays. The porch is
still there behind the chapel.
The church tower is Saxo-Norman with a fifteenth century belfry.
The nave and chancel were rebuilt in 1874 by James Fowler of Louth.
The chancel ceiling, part of the Fowler remodelling of 1874, is decorated with golden stars (not fleurs-de-Lys as asserted by Pevsner).
A relatively modern font (contemporary with the 1874 Fowler work?) with painted decoration.
The cast metal Royal Arms are mid-Victorian.
The arch at the west end of the nave leading to the base of the tower dates from the Norman period, though restored by Fowler.
Nettleton lies less than a mile from Caistor.
Much ironstone mining took place in the surrounding countryside.
Methodist Chapel in Church Street, Nettleton was built 1848 with a Sunday
School at the rear built in 1912.