Building record MYO1633 - 2 Coney Street


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Grid reference SE 6017 5192 (point)
Map sheet SE65SW
Civil Parish York, City of York, North Yorkshire


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Shop. c1880. Red brick in English garden wall bond with dressings and shopfront of cream terracotta; slate mansard roof with ornate brick stacks. EXTERIOR: 3-storey front; 3-bays to left, 1-bay to right, of curved corner bay. Shopfront of part fluted, part panelled Composite pilasters on pedestals, frieze and moulded cornice, extends round on fronts. End bay in left front contains upstairs access door, part glazed, part panelled, with semicircular fanlight, in continuous round-arched architrave with sunk-panel fasciated keyblock, and leaf mouldings in arch spandrel. Shop entrance through glazed and panelled double doors recessed in corner bay behind round arch on moulded corbelled imposts. Shop windows are plate glass in continuous arches, elliptical on left front, segmental on right front, all with sunk panel keyblocks and spandrels moulded with leaves and roses. Blind box over right window. Upper floor bays articulated by pilaster strips, those on first floor of rusticated panelled blocks and supporting moulded string and shallow cornice; on second floor of alternately plain and reeded blocks. First floor windows are recessed in hollow-chamfered, roll-moulded round arches with moulded keyblocks, over moulded sillstring and sunk panels. On second floor, they have shaped heads and lintels, and moulded sills over sunk panels. Windows are 2-light casements, corner ones convex, those on first floor with semicircular fanlights. Heavy console cornice to eaves, beneath balustraded parapet, interrupted by plain pedestal piers and sunk panel pedestal block over corner bay. Moulded coping to parapet. INTERIOR: not inspected.
Listing NGR: SE6017351922

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

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Jun 25 2020 2:17PM


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