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Description: 29, North Bar Without
Date Listed: 2 July 1969
English Heritage Building ID: 167363
OS Grid Reference: TA0287639946
OS Grid Coordinates: 502876, 439946
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8456, -0.4378
TA 0239 BEVERLEY NORTH BAR WITHOUT
7/245 No 29
Circa 1730, with later porch. Architect probably William Wrightson. Front,
stucco, 3 storeys and cellars: 5 windows, sashes without glazing bars to ground
and 1st floors, 1st floor cill band. Hipped slate roof, parapet and cornice.
Tuscan porch with 2 columns of c.1800, door has 6 fielded panels, wood case with
attenuated columns below transom, entablature and wide arched fanlight. Side
elevation preserves modillion cornice. Interior has an open hall with staircase
going up to galleried landing. Staircase is pseudo-cantilevered; and has open
string, alternately iron-twist balusters, moulded handrail and spiral curtail
with iron-twist terminal newel; no newel on landing; fielded panelling.
Ground floor front room has chimneypiece with shouldered moulded architrave and
mid C19 cast iron grate. Rear first floor room has an apparently mid C18
chimneypiece, which is, however, probably made by Elwell.
Listing NGR: TA0287639946
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Source: English Heritage
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