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Description: Nos 117 and 119 Including Attached Stable Wing
Date Listed: 31 October 1975
English Heritage Building ID: 167514
OS Grid Reference: TA0350139562
OS Grid Coordinates: 503501, 439562
Latitude/Longitude: 53.8420, -0.4284
TA 0339 BEVERLEY WALKERGATE
10/383) Nos 117 and 119 including
attached stable wing
Built as one house circa 1730. 2 storeys in red brick and timber frame, steep
pitch gable end; new pantile roof with moulded brick modillion cornice. The 1st
floor retains original flush frame sash windows to left, no glazing bars, those to
right blocked. 2 sash windows with stucco arches and attic light in roughcast
east gable end. The ground floor is occupied by a modern shop front. To the left
is a late C18 or early C19 stable wing of one storey in red brick with double
coach house doors and a pilastered secondary doorway with entablature. The
interior retains the original central staircase rising in a square well, open
string with groups of richly turned balusters to each tread. Some rooms have
original panelled doors.
Listing NGR: TA0349539571
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Source: English Heritage
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