The Mackintosh Arms And Property Adjacent To Left

Date:
18 Mar 2001
Location:
The Mackintosh Arms And Property Adjacent To Left, Aire Street, Goole, East Riding Of Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, DN14 5QW
Reference:
IOE01/02437/33
Type:
Photograph (Digital)

Description

This information is taken from the statutory List as it was in 2001 and may not be up to date.

GOOLE AIRE STREET SE 7423 (east side)

14/46 The Mackintosh Arms and property adjacent to left

GV II House, now house, shop and public house. 1826 by Woodhead and Hurst of Doncaster for Aire and Calder Navigation; later C19 shop front with C20 alterations, late C19 addition to rear. Brick in Flemish bond, colour- washed. Welsh slate roof. 3 storeys, 3 first-floor windows. Plinth.

Entrance to left of centre has original stucco or ashlar doorcase with pilasters carrying entablature with modillioned cornice and hood; C20 double panelled door beneath plain overlight in reveal. To left later C19 shop front with recessed half-glazed fielded-panel door to left beneath moulded lintel and plain overlight in panelled reveal, 4-light window to right with moulded mullions above apron with basket-arched panels. To right, former similar shop front with C20 brick infill incorporating 3 windows. Shop fronts to both sides in wood surround with single pilasters to left and right carrying plain frieze with modillioned cornice. (boxed-in to left).

First-floor ashlar sill band. Later C19 4-pane first-floor sashes in original openings beneath rubbed-brick cambered arches. Short 6-pane second-floor sashes with sills beneath similar arches. Plain C20 wooden eaves board. Stack straddling ridge with plain ashlar band, brick cornice.

Interior. Entrance hall has moulded ribbed cornices,round-arched opening with archivolt and panelled pilasters with roundel ornament. Moulded cornice to shop, ground floor left. Ground-floor rear left room has elaborate late C19 plasterwork frieze with urns and foliage, ornate cornice and panelled ceiling with openwork floral and grapevine motifs, ceiling rose; adjoining billiard room to rear has octagonal panelled ceiling with similar plasterwork designs, rising to octagonal lantern. Both rooms have low C20 false ceilings; the original ceilings visible through glass panels.

Part of the original planned port settlement beside Goole Docks. Aire Street was the main commercial street. Porteous J D, Canal Ports, 1976.

Listing NGR: SE7470623372

Content

This is part of the Series: IOE01/1749 IOE Records taken by Janet Roworth; within the Collection: IOE01 Images Of England

Rights

© Mrs Janet Roworth. Source: Historic England Archive

This photograph was taken for the Images of England project

People & Organisations

Photographer: Roworth, Janet

Rights Holder: Roworth, Janet

Keywords

Ashlar, Brick, Welsh Slate, Georgian House, Monument <By Form>, Domestic, Dwelling, Shop, Commercial, Building, Unassigned, Public House, Licensed Premises, Eating And Drinking Establishment, Recreational

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