Building record MYO1609 - THE COTTAGE AND ATTACHED WALLS AND RAILINGS
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|SE 5924 5116 (point)
|York, City of York, North Yorkshire
Type and Period (6)
House, now part of school. c1900. Possibly by Penty. Mottled brick with pantiled pyramid roof. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys. East facade symmetrical and of 3 bays. The windows are casements with glazing bars. The outer bays have ground-floor windows with segmental red brick heads and low 1st floor windows under the eaves. Above the central doorway there is a 1st floor window with segmental head. The doorway has a bolection moulded architrave, and a cornice hood on console brackets. The door is partly glazed. The central chimney is of thin red brick and has a projecting plain rectangular panel and a moulded stone cornice. The left-hand (south) return wall has 2 glazing bar sash windows on the ground floor. A 1st floor casement window rises above eaves level as a hipped dormer. The north wall has a similar dormer. INTERIOR: not inspected. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: the small front garden is enclosed by brick walls which are swept down in a curve at the front where they carry iron railings. The central iron gate has a rounded top, a lock panel with an intersecting pattern, and slim iron piers with urn finials.
Listing NGR: SE5924251164
Derived from English Heritage LB download dated: 22/08/2005
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Record last edited
Sep 30 2014 5:21PM