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Grassfield House Hotel

A Grade II Listed Building in Bewerley, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.0881 / 54°5'17"N

Longitude: -1.7688 / 1°46'7"W

OS Eastings: 415218

OS Northings: 465828

OS Grid: SE152658

Mapcode National: GBR JP25.V8

Mapcode Global: WHC7X.SHWT

Entry Name: Grassfield House Hotel

Listing Date: 3 March 1987

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1150595

English Heritage Legacy ID: 331144

Location: Bewerley, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG3

County: North Yorkshire

District: Harrogate

Civil Parish: Bewerley

Built-Up Area: Pateley Bridge

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

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Listing Text

BEWERLEY RAMSGILL ROAD
SE 16 NE (west side)

3/16 Grassfield House Hotel

- II

House, now hotel. 1810. For Hanley Hutchinson. Ashlar, grey slate roof.
2-storey, 5-bay main block, the central 3 bays pedimented and breaking
forward; 3 bays deep. Attached range to left adjoins rear of building, of 2
storeys and 2 bays with later 2-storey, l-bay addition to left. Wall
attached to rear right continues to right, ramps down to gate piers and
continues for approximately 10 metres. Main block: central glazed double
door with fanlight in moulded architrave with imposts; flanking Doric
columns support entablature, cornice and blocking course. Flanking windows,
ground floor: 4-pane sashes with projecting sills and incised lintels.
First floor: sashes with glazing bars, sill band to central 3 bays, lintels
as ground floor. Rectangular recesses between ground and first-floor
windows. Moulded eaves and pediment cornice. Hipped roof with paired
stacks to bays 2 and 4. Attached range to left: two 16-pane sashes to
ground floor, sashes with glazing bars above. Architectural details as main
facade. Left bay not of special interest. Wall attached to right: 2 blind
windows with rectangular panels above; moulded cornice and blocking course.
To right: ramped wall of coursed squared rubble with flat coping; lean-to
garden house attached to north side with 3 blocked round arched windows with
keystones, gable coping and bulbous kneelers. Gate piers approximately 3
metres high: plinths, cornices and pyramidal finials. Wall continues for
approximately 10 metres to right, ramped down once. Hanley Hutchinson was a
leading figure in the Greenhow lead mining industry in the area. He leased
the Cockhill-Sunside lead mines from the Yorke family and was a member of
the provisional committee of the Yorkshire and Lancashire railway in the
1840's. He owned the Brigg House Rolling Mill where sheet lead and lead
pipes were manufactured. W Grainge, Nidderdale, (1863), p 65. B Jennings,
A History of Nidderdale (1967), pp 201, 295, 341.


Listing NGR: SE1521865828

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