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Nesfield and Mulgrave Cottage, Goathland

Description: Nesfield and Mulgrave Cottage

Grade: II
Date Listed: 7 July 1989
English Heritage Building ID: 327577

OS Grid Reference: NZ8307601248
OS Grid Coordinates: 483076, 501248
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3999, -0.7218

Location: The Green, North York Moors National Park YO22 5AN

Locality: Goathland
Local Authority: Scarborough Borough Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: YO22 5AN

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Listing Text

20/101 Nesfield and Mulgrave
Two houses. c.1896 with later alteration and extension. By W.H.Brierley
for Mr M.McEacharn. Herringbone-tooled sandstone re-used from parish
church of 1821, replaced 1894-96 by Church of St.Mary (q.v.). Tooled
dressings and pantile roofs. Each cottage has 2-storey, 3-window front.
Mulgrave Cottage at right slightly lower than Nesfield. Nesfield: board
door with inserted glazing and original ironwork beneath bracketed flat
hood. Small 4-pane fixed light at left, and two 2-light, 16-pane
casements further left. Window right of door is of 3 similar lights, the
centre one a casement. First floor windows are 6-pane casements, of 3
lights on each side of dropped, 2-light staircase window over door.
Windows all have chamfered sills and all lintels are tooled. Coped gables
and raised kneelers. End stacks, the left one external. Mulgrave Cottage
mirrors Nesfield, with unaltered door.
Interiors. Both houses have closed-string, dogleg staircases with
diagonally-set stick balusters and moulded, raking handrail, and original
board doors and door furniture. In Nesfield kitchen fireplace with high
bracketed moulded shelf is retained. In Mulgrave Cottage, original
fireplaces survive in all first floor rooms, with moulded surrounds and
stepped and moulded cornice mantelshelves. Architectural Review, Vol.15,
1904; pp.262 and 263: W.Shaw Sparrow, The British Home of Today, 1904;
fig. B.43.

Listing NGR: NZ8307601248

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Source: English Heritage

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