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75 and 77, Hailgate

A Grade II Listed Building in Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.7449 / 53°44'41"N

Longitude: -0.8649 / 0°51'53"W

OS Eastings: 474954

OS Northings: 428208

OS Grid: SE749282

Mapcode National: GBR QTD4.J9

Mapcode Global: WHFDC.P4BF

Entry Name: 75 and 77, Hailgate

Listing Date: 15 September 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1083195

English Heritage Legacy ID: 165336

Location: Howden, East Riding of Yorkshire, DN14

County: East Riding of Yorkshire

Civil Parish: Howden

Built-Up Area: Howden

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): East Riding of Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Howden with Barmby on the Marsh

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

HOWDEN HAILGATE
SE 7428
(east side)

12/108 Nos 75 and 77

GV II
House, now 2 houses. Mid C18 with C20 alterations. Pale orange-brown brick
in Flemish bond with orange brick dressings. Pantile roof. Double-depth
plan, originally with 2-room, central entrance-hall west front. 3 storeys,
5 bays. Orange brick quoins. Inserted early C20, central segmental-headed
entrance with panelled door and projecting ground-floor square bay window to
left (No 75); contemporary rebuilt section to right (No 77) with similar
entrance and bay window. Original round-headed passage entrance to far left
with panelled door. 3-course first-floor band. First floor: unsympathetic
C20 casements to bays 1-3, original 12-pane sashes to bays 4 and 5, all in
original flush wooden architraves and orange brick surrounds with sills
beneath painted rubbed-brick flat arches with projecting keystones.
3-course second-floor band. Second floor: unsympathetic C20 casements to
bays 1-3, C19 4-pane sashes to bays 4 and 5, all in original flush wooden
architraves and surrounds similar to first floor. Stepped and dentilled
brick eaves cornice Hipped roof. Rebuilt ridge stacks to side ranges.
Right return has pilaster strip to left angle, unsympathetic C20 pointing
and casements to ground and first floors; dentilled brick eaves cornice.
Interior. No 75 has good original open-well staircase with ramped and
wreathed corniced handrail, column-on-urn balusters with square knops,
carved scrolled cheek-pieces. Good pair of round-arched alcoves to ground-
floor front left, each with panelled pilasters, wide archivolts with stepped
keys, and dentilled dado rail, that to right also with pair of lower doors
with ogee-headed panels. Moulded plaster cornices to stairhall and first-
floor front rooms. 6-panel doors in panelled reveals. Not fully
investigated.


Listing NGR: SE7495428208

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