Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1150397

Date first listed: 15-Mar-1966

Date of most recent amendment: 18-May-1987

Statutory Address: 6-10, MAIN STREET


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Statutory Address: 6-10, MAIN STREET

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

County: North Yorkshire

District: Harrogate (District Authority)

Parish: Ripley

National Grid Reference: SE 28440 60547


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RIPLEY MAIN STREET SE 2860-2960 (east side)

8/84 Nos 6-10 (inclusive) (formerly listed as 5 15.3.66 cottages on east side of street, including Rest Cafe)


Terrace of 4 cottages and house, now Butlers Pantry restaurant. Early-mid C19. Part of the estate village for Sir William Amcotts Ingilby. Coursed squared gritstone, grey slate roof. 2 storeys, 6 bays. In Gothick style. Plinth. No 10, to right, is a double-fronted house with central board door with applied Y-tracery, below plain lintel with hoodmould. The flanking and first-floor windows have 3 lights with intersecting tracery in rectangular frames, stone sills and hoodmoulds. The cottages have identical doors and windows, each is single bay with door to left. Deep eaves to hipped roof and 5 corniced and crenellated ridge stacks at bay intervals, Sir William copied the architectural details of the Castle restored for his father (d1815) when he rebuilt the village. The window frames are similar to those on the coach-house of the Castle courtyard,while the chimneys are similar to those of the Tower and Castle ranges. Nos 1-5 are an identical reflected row. No 10 was originally the Post Office.

Listing NGR: SE2844260552


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Legacy System number: 331589

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