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St Marys Manor, Beverley

Description: St Marys Manor

Grade: II
Date Listed: 1 March 1950
English Heritage Building ID: 167349

OS Grid Reference: TA0308939854
OS Grid Coordinates: 503089, 439854
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8447, -0.4346

Location: Coombs Yard, Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire HU17 8DL

Locality: Beverley
County: East Riding of Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: HU17 8DL

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Listing Text

(east side)
9/231 St Mary's Manor
Circa 1815. 2 storeys in painted stucco with wide spreading eaves and
Westmorland slate roof. Chimneys have individual octagonal shafts for each
flue. North wing, painted brick, 1st half of C18. South wing, modern, contains
a good Cl8 panelled room in walnut. East front main block has bowed centre of
3 windows with 1 window each side, all with cornices and flat fluted consoles.
Ground floor windows casements to floor, elsewhere sashes. Double string course
over ground floor. South wing, 1 window wide; north wing, 3 windows wide. West
front, flat centre block, 5 windows wide, 1 ground floor window casement type to
floor with consoles and cornice, remainder have architraves. 1st floor windows
have cornices and flat consoles. Centre tetrastyle Roman Doric porch. 6-panel
door with rectangular ornamental fanlight, and reeded architrave with paterae.
North and south wings as for east front. Interior: good stair with Greek Ionic
colonnaded landing to 1st floor, lantern light and good details; Baroque
wrought iron balustrade, designed by Hawksmoor for Beverley Minster, and bought
from the Minister at the time of the alterations of 1826 by Henry Ellison, the
Vicar of St Mary's, heightened slightly; wrought iron stair balusters of
identical pattern, perhaps copied. Oval dining room with coved ceiling and
alcove behind 2 fluted Ionic columns. One 1st floor room contains early oak

Listing NGR: TA0308939854

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Source: English Heritage

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