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Description: Outbuildings, Adjoining Garden Wall and Gateway at Withernsea Lighthouse
Date Listed: 27 February 1987
English Heritage Building ID: 166636
OS Grid Reference: TA3394827925
OS Grid Coordinates: 533948, 427924
Latitude/Longitude: 53.7305, 0.0290
WITHERNSEA HULL ROAD
TA 32 NW
4/94 Outbuildings, adjoining
garden wall and gateway
at Withernsea Lighthouse
Outbuildings, garden wall and gateway. 1892-3, probably by Sir James
Douglass or Thomas Matthews for Trinity House. Outbuildings of stuccoed
brick, incised in imitation of ashlar and whitewashed; Welsh slate roofs.
Garden wall of red brick with painted ashlar dressings to piers. 3 single-
storey outbuildings: 1) 2-bay store-house at south end of garden: pair of
recessed 4-pane windows with sills to north front, 2-fold recessed board
door and overlight to west side; moulded cornice, single-pitch roof with
raised stone-coped verges, ornate shaped kneelers. 2) Single-bay outhouse
to east side of garden: board door and C20 casement in original opening with
sill to west front, similar cornice and single-pitch roof with coped verges
and shaped kneelers. 3) 3-bay relief lighthouse keepers' flat to west side
of garden: 12-pane casements to north front, board door to rear, cornice,
pitched roof with similar coped gables and shaped kneelers; stack to rear.
Coped garden wall, ramped-up to outbuildings. Central north gateway to
street, with square- section coped piers, wooden gate, and flanking walls
with smaller similar piers to recessed entrance to right. Included for
group value. See item 4/93 for sources.
Listing NGR: TA3394827925
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