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The Ship Inn, Saltburn, Marske and New Marske

Description: The Ship Inn

Grade: II
Date Listed: 2 September 1998
English Heritage Building ID: 475477

OS Grid Reference: NZ6345622563
OS Grid Coordinates: 463456, 522563
Latitude/Longitude: 54.5943, -1.0194

Location: 188 High Street, Marske-by-the-Sea, Redcar TS11 7LL

Locality: Saltburn, Marske and New Marske
County: Redcar and Cleveland
Country: England
Postcode: TS11 7LL

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Listing Text

SALTBURN, MARSKE AND NEW MARSKE

NZ6322NW HIGH STREET, Marske
802-1/3/70 (East side)
02/09/98 The Ship Inn

GV II

Hotel now public house. 1932-3, altered late C20. Red brick
with ashlar dressings and mock timber-framing; roof hipped
with plane tiles; 4 brick chimneys. Iron guttering supported
on ornate iron brackets. Chamfered stone plinth.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys plus attics. 6-window range, central
projecting 3-storey brick bay with jettied timber-framed
gable.
Projecting ashlar porch under hipped roof, with segmented arch
doorway and double doors. Above a 2 storey canted bay window
with embossed lead panels between, on the central one is
painted a galleon in full sail.
Brick ground floor has 3 cross mullion windows, the centre
single light flanked by 3-light windows, all in ashlar
surrounds with key blocks and hoodmoulds. To right 2 similar
ashlar surrounds, beyond to right small single storey wing
with 2 single light windows.
Upper floor timber-framed with two 3-light casements to right
and a single light flanked by 3-light casements to left. Above
a 3-light flat headed dormer window to either side with
segmental hood.
At rear, garden front has irregular fenestration with 3-
storey central brick projection topped with jettied,
timber-framed gable. Central doorway with side lights and
above a 2-storey canted bay, stair window, with tile hung
panels.
To left, a 5-light bow window, then a window and beyond, a C20
door inserted in former window opening with original ashlar
surround intact; above a 3-light and two 2-light casements,
above again a 2-light flat headed, through eaves, corner
dormer windows.
To right, 2 windows, then a 2-light and a pair of single-light
windows in ashlar surrounds, with projecting brick archway
between supporting iron fire escape. Above a 2-light casement,
linked upwards to a 2-light flat headed through eaves, corner
dormer window with beyond, a balcony and doorway. Above a
3-light, flat headed, dormer window with segmental hood, the
left light containing a door.
INTERIOR: retains original plan and many original fittings
including bars, fire places, doors, panelling and wooden
dog-leg staircase. In 1993, main fire place in hallway removed




and new fireplace rebuilt in modified form using original
materials.
HISTORY: the timber for this building is reputed to have come
from HMS Collingwood and HMS Southampton.
A very complete example of an Inter-War, Roadhouse type public
house.



Listing NGR: NZ6345622563

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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