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Description: Keldgate House
Date Listed: 1 March 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 167206
OS Grid Reference: TA0352239071
OS Grid Coordinates: 503522, 439071
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8376, -0.4283
In the entry for: BEVERLEY KELDGATE
8/106 (south side)
Nos 51 and 51A
"National Monument Register Photograph" shall be added as last sentence of the
TA 0339 (south side)
Nos 51 and 51A
1.3.50 (Keldgate House)
(formerly listed as No 50)
Early C18 and later. 3 storeys, painted stucco. Pantile roof. Wood spouting
on moulded console blocks. 3 windows and triple sash window to square project-
ing bay of early C19. Rusticated quoins. Wood doorcase to a Batty Langley
design with boldly rusticated opening, with console key block carved with draped
female mask. 8-panel door. Subsidiary block (No 51A) which stands forward to
pavement edge, circa 1740, 1 storey in red brick, has 4 tall windows with gauged
heads, coved and beaded plaster crowning cornice. Tumbled brickwork to gable
ends. Pantile roof. This block contains 1 large music room, finely panelled
and detailed, the overmantel being based on W Kent's 'Designs of Inigo Jones'
vol 2 (1727). The house contains other fine interiors of the earlier period,
notably the dining room, wainscotted throughout with bolection panelling.
Bolection-panelled dado on upper landing. Bolection-panelled diagonal chimney
piece in room above dining room. Staircase with closed moulded string (pulvi-
nated frieze), turned balusters, spiral curtail, plain newels otherwise, with
moulded drop finials.
Listing NGR: TA0352239071
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Source: English Heritage
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