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The Cleveland Tontine Inn, Ingleby Arncliffe

Description: The Cleveland Tontine Inn

Grade: II
Date Listed: 5 May 1952
English Heritage Building ID: 333117

OS Grid Reference: SE4438899307
OS Grid Coordinates: 444388, 499307
Latitude/Longitude: 54.3873, -1.3180

Location: A172, Ingleby Arncliffe, North Yorkshire DL6 3JB

Locality: Ingleby Arncliffe
Local Authority: Hambleton District Council
County: North Yorkshire
Country: England
Postcode: DL6 3JB

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Listing Text

SE 49 NW
13/59 The Cleveland
5/5/52 Tontine Inn
(formerly listed as
The Old Tontine Inn)


Inn, 1802 on the new turnpike road from Yarm to Thirsk (now part
of the A19) Erected by public subscription. West wing later C19.
Original building coursed finely-tooled sandstone; wing herringbone-
tooled and margined sandstone with rear extension now whitewashed.
Lakeland slate roofs, stone stacks.
Main south front 2 storeys and basement 5 bays, symmetrical.
Central perron to half-glazed 6-panel double door with radial
fanlight in archivolt. Pedimented doorcase with engaged columns;
tripartite window above. Flanking original 16-pane sashes on both
floors. Replaced similar sashes in canted outer bays rising through
basement and ground floor; similar single sashes above. Fairly
low-pitched hipped roof with corniced stacks at ends of ridge.
Left return has 3 original and one replaced similar sashes.
West wing has gable end to road, one wide bay. Stone mullioned-and-
transomed windows including ground-floor canted bay. Wrought iron
sign bracket at first floor right.
Interior shows 3 bolection-moulded stone fireplaces with original
iron grates, moulded cornices, panelled window shutters, doors of 6
fielded panels and a landing window with interlaced head. In
basement bar a large stone fireplace of c.1600 brought from elsewhere.
The Tontine became a private house in the 1930s but reverted to its
original use after the war.

Listing NGR: SE4438899307

This text is a legacy record and has not been updated since the building was originally listed. Details of the building may have changed in the intervening time. You should not rely on this listing as an accurate description of the building.

Source: English Heritage

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