Building record MYO1692 - 64 and 66 Clifton
|Grid reference||SE 5952 5283 (point)|
|Unitary Authority||City of York, North Yorkshire|
|Civil Parish||York, City of York, North Yorkshire|
Type and Period (3)
House. Late C17 with C16 remains, restored 1962. Brick with rendered dressings and with internal remains of timber-frame. Roof pantiled with lower courses of plain tile. Artisan mannerist style. EXTERIOR: 2 storeys plus attic. The facade has 2 wide shaped curved gables, and a narrower gable at the left over a porch bay. There are 2 rendered moulded string courses, and the brickwork of the upper storeys is fully rusticated with channelled rustication. The windows have leaded glazing and are a mixture of C20 steel and timber casements. Under both main gables there are 2-storey canted bay windows on rendered moulded brick corbelling and with tiled roofs. The windows have rendered surrounds and mullions and have 2 lights facing forwards and one to each side. Within both main gables there is an attic window of 2 chamfered mullioned lights. The 1st floor window of the porch has a rendered chamfered surround. On the ground floor the outer porch doorway has a Tudor-arched head and a surround which is rendered to simulate stone dressings, with quoins, impost blocks, and a shaped lintel. The inner door is re-used and of pine with geometrical panelling. The gables have finials. INTERIOR: RCHM records C17 brick fireplaces with arched heads, and an C18 fitted corner cupboard. (An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the City of York: RCHME: Outside the City Walls East of the Ouse: London: 1975-: 66).
Listing NGR: SE5952752832
Derived from English Heritage LB download dated: 22/08/2005
5343 CLIFTON (north-east side)
Nos 64 and 66
SE 5952 NE 7/144 14.6.54
Late C17 to earlier timber frame with some modern alteration.
Brick; 2 storeys plus attic, the upper storeys fully
rusticated; 2 canted mullioned bay windows tiered over ground
and 1st storeys supported on moulded brick corbelling; rendered
brick string-courses at floor levels; 2 large curvilinear
gables and one on left-hand side, all with ball head finials; one
window to left above recessed doorway having 4-centred arched
head and reused C17 geometrically panelled door; another
square-headed doorway to right; modern bay on north-west side.
The interior has a massive central chimney with C17 brick
arched fire-places, and exposed ceiling beams.
(RCHM Vol V Monument 76) (1)
Situated at SE 5953 5283. (2)
1 List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest DOE (HHR) City of York N Yorks June 1983 58
2 Ordnance Survey Map (Scale / Date) 1:2500, 1962
Related event: (UID 613515) INVESTIGATION BY RCHME/EH ARCHITECTURAL SURVEY Architectural Survey 14-NOV-1995 - 14-NOV-1995
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Record last edited
Aug 9 2019 1:58PM