Description: Yorebridge House Screen Walls and Roadside Wall with Railings
Date Listed: 9 July 1986
English Heritage Building ID: 323110
OS Grid Reference: SD9338290673
OS Grid Coordinates: 393382, 490673
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3116, -2.1032
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BAINBRIDGE YORE BRIDGE END
SD 99 SW
8/88 Yorebridge House, screen
walls and roadside wall
Schoolmaster's house, now offices, attached screen wall and roadside wall with
railings. House dated 1850, mid-C19 roadside wall and railings, early-C18
screen wall. House built for Rev. William Balderston, headmaster of
Yorebridge Grammar School 1847-91. Coursed watershot rubble, graduated
Welsh slate roof, cast-iron railings. House: 2 storeys, 1:1:1 bays, with
single-storey porch set back on left. Porch: board door in chamfered ashlar
surround. Main block: in centre, slightly-projecting bay with canted bay-
window on ground floor. Ground-floor sill band. In outer bays of ground
floor, and in centre of first floor: sash windows with glazing bars under
sandstone ashlar lintels with cornices above on consoles. In central gable,
shield inscribed 1850 . First-floor outer windows are sashes with glazing
bars, with gablets above. Fleurs-de-lis crosses on gables. At rear, C20
extension with, to right, attached single-storey screen wall, fragment of
earlier building, with board door and 3-light flat-faced mullion window.
Facing road, low wall with coping, and arc-shaped curve beside house
supporting railings with fleurs-de-lis finials, and matching central gate.
Hartley M and Ingilby J, Yorkshire Village (1979).
Listing NGR: SD9338290673
Source: English Heritage
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