Building record MYO1965 - THE HOMESTEAD


Timber framed house probably built in the mid-late 16th century, the north end was divided of as a seperate dwelling at some point and was rebuilt in the mid 19th century. The timber frame is encased in brick and the roof is of pantiles. The brick shell was partly rebuilt in the late 20th century. The house originally had a double-aisled plan and is of a single storey with an attic.


Grid reference SE 5987 4562 (point)
Map sheet SE54NE
Civil Parish Naburn, City of York, North Yorkshire
Unitary Authority City of York, North Yorkshire


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Full Description

House. Probably early-mid C16 with later additions and alterations including late C20 rebuilding of brick shell in part. Timber-framed encased in pinkish-brown brick with pantile roof. Originally double-aisled plan, front aisle to right half only. Single storey with attic, 3 bays. End entrance a late C20 6-panel door. Unequally-hung 18-pane tripartite sashes under soldier and elliptical arches. 3 late C20 roof dormers with unequally-hung 12-pane sashes. Ridge and end stacks. Interior: much of timber frame visible including front arcade post on padstone, rear jowled arcade posts on padstones, with arched braces to tie beams, and arcade plate with 3 scarf joints. Chamfered spine beam and transverse beam with chamfer stops. Exposed joists. Bressumer to fireplace. North Yorkshire and Cleveland Vernacular Buildings Study Group Report Number 819.
Listing NGR: SE5987045623

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

NMR Information: no further description provided

Source: 1 List of Buildings of Special Architectural or Historic Interest 56 District of Selby, 14/03/1986

Related Event: RCHME/EH ARCHITECTURAL SURVEY 14 Nov. 1995 (UID 613515)

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Record last edited

Jul 26 2019 9:52AM


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