Building record MYO1441 - 9-12 Grovesnor Terrace


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Grid reference SE 5989 5268 (point)
Map sheet SE55SE
Civil Parish York, City of York, North Yorkshire


Type and Period (4)

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Terrace of 4 houses; now hotel and flats. 1870-80. Possibly by John Bellerby. MATERIALS: white brick in English garden-wall bond with dressings of ashlar and red stone; red brick or terracotta eaves frieze behind white brick corbelled cornice with timber guttering; slate roof with gabled dormer windows with 4-pane sashes, originally with pierced and scalloped bargeboards and turned timber finials; white brick stacks panelled in red brick and with white moulded brick cornices. House divisions marked by inserted moulded stone corbels at second floor and eaves levels. EXTERIOR: 3 storeys, 8 bays, each house 2 bays; the outer bay of each house forms a 2-storey canted bay window topped by low parapet over coved cornice linked at second floor level by ceramic tile band. Short flights of steps lead to paired front doors of shaped panels in moulded surrounds which project slightly forward beneath shared moulded cornices. All windows are 1-pane sashes, those on first and second floors having 2-centred pointed heads. All openings have 2-centred arched surrounds with colonnette jamb shafts of red stone with foliate capitals and moulded square abaci; ground floor capitals incorporate carved heads. Ground floor openings have continuous hoodmould with head stops; on second floor, hoodmould is formed by moulded impost band stepped up over window heads. Ground and first floor windows have sill bands: on second floor windows have sills on shaped brackets. INTERIOR: not inspected.
Listing NGR: SE5989852686

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

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Sep 30 2014 5:20PM


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