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Latitude: 53.7972 / 53°47'49"N
Longitude: -1.6621 / 1°39'43"W
OS Eastings: 422353
OS Northings: 433486
OS Grid: SE223334
Mapcode National: GBR JSTJ.YK
Mapcode Global: WHC9B.FTRC
Entry Name: Worlds End Wine Bar
Listing Date: 29 January 1982
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1313474
English Heritage Legacy ID: 341865
Location: Leeds, LS28
Electoral Ward/Division: Pudsey
Built-Up Area: Pudsey
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Pudsey St Lawrence and St Paul
Church of England Diocese: Leeds
SE2233SW LS28 BOOTH'S YARD
PUDSEY (west side)
29.1.82 (Worlds End
House and attached cottage, now altered to wine-bar. Late c17 single-
storey house raised to 2 storeys and with cottage added to right late C18
or early C19. Thin coursed sandstone, gritstone window and door surrounds.
2 storeys, 2-cell house, single-cell cottage. House : central doorway
with tie-stone jambs and deep Tudor-arched lintel with spandrels formed by
stop-chamfered surround; to either side double-chamfered mullioned windows of
3 lights to left and 4 lights to right with a bullseye window to far right
with sinken spandrels, 1st floor has 2 large 2-light flat-faced mullioned
windows with plain-stone surrounds with 4-pane fixed glazing, Brick stack
to left gable, Cottage : quoins to right. Doorway, at junction with
house, with monolithic and tie-stone jamb and single-light window with plain-
stone surrounds to each floor. Right-hand return has external lst-floor
corbelled and stepped stack replaced by brick stack to ridge. Two 2-light
windows to ground-floor right.
Part of a fold development.
Listing NGR: SE2235333486
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