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Description: Monks Walk Public House
Date Listed: 1 March 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 167189
OS Grid Reference: TA0368639389
OS Grid Coordinates: 503686, 439389
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8404, -0.4257
In the entry for: BEVERLEY HIGHGATE
10/89 (east side)
No 19 and 20
(George and Dragon
The address shall be amended to read:
Monks Walk Public House
(formerly listed as
George and Dragon
TA 0339 (east side)
10/89 No 19 and 20
(George and Dragon Inn)
Early C18 and earlier. Two storeys in red brick with pantile roof. Bold cyma
recta eaves cornice in plaster, iron gutter. Sun insurance sign. Five windows,
gauged brick heads and painted stone cills to near flush frame sash windows,
now without glazing bars. Centre opening to passage has segmental headed door-
way with 6-panel door. Rendered plinth. Remains of half-timbered interior:
one wall of central open passage, leading to back premises is of interest.
Dated 1671. Whitewashed brick wall divided into bays by Doric pilasters
enclosing blind and other openings, with moulded and dentil triangular,
segmental and broken segmental pediments. An example of the Artisan Mannerist
style. The remains of the residence of the Warton family, NMR photographs.
Listing NGR: TA0368639389
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Source: English Heritage
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