Building record MYO1036 - THE MOAT HOTEL


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Grid reference SE 5998 5127 (point)
Map sheet SE55SE
Civil Parish York, City of York, North Yorkshire


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St Thomas Hospital, now hotel. Dated 1862. Yellow brick with some stone and painted stone dressings. Slate roof. EXTERIOR: symmetrical, of 2 storeys and 5 bays, with the outer and central bays projecting forwards slightly under shaped gables with copings and ball finials. The windows have chamfered painted lintels sills and mullions, and the lights are sashed with 4 over 4 panes. The outer bays have 2-light windows, and narrow chamfered slit openings in the gables. The 2nd and 4th bays have 3-light windows. The central bay has a 2-light window above a porch, and a plaque within the gable which is inscribed: 'St THOMAS'S HOSPITAL. RE-BUILT A.D. 1862'. The open porch has sides of chamfered brick with painted stone bases, and caps treated as moulded brackets carrying a segmental brick arch with keystone. The porch roof is hipped and slated. The door has 4 recessed panels, and the plain overlight has a segmental top. Ridge chimneys between 1st and 2nd and 4th and 5th bays. The left-hand and right-hand return walls are treated in a similar manner. Each is of 3 bays and has 3-light windows to the outer bays, and a narrow central bay with a shaped gable and 2-light windows. The left-hand return wall has a doorway in its central bay. INTERIOR: not inspected. (Murray H, Riddick S & Green R: York through the Eyes of the Artist: York City Art Gallery: 1990-: 30).
Listing NGR: SE5999051279

Derived from English Heritage LB download dated: 22/08/2005

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Feb 18 2020 12:19PM


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