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East Riding of Yorkshire (Unitary Authority)
Snaith and Cowick
National Grid Reference:
SE 64238 22125


SNAITH AND COWICK MARKET PLACE SE 6422 (south side) 12/72 Nos 5 and 7 14.2.67 GV II House, now 2 houses and shop. Mid C18 with C19 alterations to No 5, unsympathetic C20 alterations to No 7. Brown brick in Flemish bond, rendered to No 7. Concrete tile roof. Double-depth plan, probably originally with 2-room central entrance-hall plan, divided in two in C19, with ground floor left converted to shop. 2 storeys, 5 bays, with entrances inserted in original window openings to second bay (No 5) and fourth bay (No 7). No 5: 2 steps to C19 half-glazed panelled door and overlight beneath painted rubbed-brick flat arch with projecting ashlar keystone. Painted ashlar sill band, cut by doorway, dips beneath slightly-recessed C19 plate-glass sash to left with similar painted keyed flat arch. C19 flat- roofed canted-bay shop window to right with single plate-glass windows to front and sides, beneath plain frieze and dentilled cornice. No 7: C19 steps to C20 door with single inserted C20 casement to right. First floor: No 5 has painted ashlar sill band, blocked window to third bay with keyed ashlar architrave, two 12-pane flush sashes beneath painted keyed flat arches; 2 inserted C20 casements to No 7. Coved eaves cornice (short sections of original plaster cornice survive at angles, remainder replaced by C20 boards). Stone-coped gable to left with shaped kneelers and tie-bar ends bearing initials 'W R'; right gable with kneeler adjoins neighbouring building. End stacks, that to right raised alongside neighbouring building. Interior largely altered in C19 and C20.

Listing NGR: SE6423822126


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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

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