Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1148771

Date first listed: 06-Oct-1969

Statutory Address: THE LORD NELSON


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Statutory Address: THE LORD NELSON

The building or site itself may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County: North Yorkshire

District: Scarborough (District Authority)

Parish: Goathland


National Grid Reference: NZ 82073 02309


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GOATHLAND BECK HOLE NZ8202-8302 19/90 The Lord Nelson 6.10.69 GV II Public house in C19; now private house. Original building of 1678; raised, altered and extended c.1850. Original house for Peter Braith- waite. Rubble sandstone, raised in tooled sandstone; pantile roof. 2 low storeys with irregular fenestration and 2-storey, 1-bay extension at right. C19 6-panel door in extension, and left-of-centre board door beneath timber lintel in original front. 16-pane sash beneath tooled lintel left of board door, and shuttered 2-pane fixed light further left. Right of board door is a squat 8-pane fixed light. Two square 8-pane sashes in first floor and flat-roofed half dormer at left end. Coped gables and block kneelers. End and left-of-centre stacks. Rear. 3-light chamfered mullioned window survives. Datestone relief carved: 1678 P B W T reset in first floor. Interior: not inspected. Corbelled stone fireplace and stone heck bench said to survive. Hartley and Ingilby, Life in the Moorlands of North-East Yorkshire, p1.4.: A.Hollings, Goathland, The Story of a Moorland Village.

Listing NGR: NZ8206602313


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Legacy System number: 327565

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Books and journals
Hartley, , Ingleby, , Life in the Moorlands of North East Yorkshire, (1972), 1-4
Hollings, A , Goathland The Story of a Moorland Village, (1971)

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