NOS 1-5 INCLUDING FLATS 1 AND 3

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1160554
Date first listed:
15-Sep-1987
Statutory Address:
NOS 1-5 INCLUDING FLATS 1 AND 3, HIGH BRIDGE

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Location

Statutory Address:
NOS 1-5 INCLUDING FLATS 1 AND 3, HIGH BRIDGE

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

District:
East Riding of Yorkshire (Unitary Authority)
Parish:
Howden
National Grid Reference:
SE 74912 28248

Details

HOWDEN HIGH BRIDGE SE 7428 (south side)

12/113 Nos 1-5 (consecutive) including Flats 1 and 3

GV II House, now shops and flats. Late C18 with later alterations, including 2 left bays raised from 2 to 3 storeys, C19 and C20 shop fronts and subdivision into flats. Pale orange-brown brick in Flemish bond with orange brick and stone dressings. Welsh slate roof. Double-depth plan, originally 3-room north front with passage entrance to left of centre. 3 storeys, 6 bays. Orange brick quoins. Basket-arched passage archway to bay 2 with double panelled doors in painted surround. To left (No 5), a shop front of c1980. To right, an unsympathetically rendered section (No 3) with C20 door and C19 4-pane sash with bracketed stone sill. Beyond to right a wide C19 shop front (No 1), altered in C20, with C20 glazed door and overlight, and 2-light window to left half; C20 glazed door and original C19 4-light window to right half, all in wooden surround with pair of carved consoles, plain frieze and bracketed cornice. First floor: first 2 bays have C19 12-pane sashes in reveals with sills beneath channelled wedge lintels with fluted keys, bays 3 and 4 have original 16-pane sashes, bays 5 and 6 have narrower C19 plate-glass sashes (originally 12-pane) in original surrounds. 3-course painted brick second-floor band. Second floor: first 2 bays have C19 unequal 9-pane sashes in reveals with sills beneath keyed and channelled wedge lintels, bays 3 and 4 have original unequal 12-pane sashes, bays 5 and 6 have C19 plate-glass sashes in original surrounds. All windows to bays 3- 6 are in original flush wooden architraves and orange brick surrounds with sills beneath painted rubbed-brick flat arches. Bracketed wooden eaves cornice to bays 3-6; plain wooden eaves board and bracketed gutter to bays 1-2. Ridge stack to left of centre. C20 rebuilt end stack to right. Stone-coped gable with shaped kneeler to left gable. Interior. No 3 has section of moulded plaster cornice and ribbed ceiling surround with paterae to ground-floor front. No 1 has original open-well staircase with ramped corniced handrail, and plain balusters; not fully investigated. Adjoining ranges to rear are not of special interest.

Listing NGR: SE7490428246

Legacy

The contents of this record have been generated from a legacy data system.

Legacy System number:
165341
Legacy System:
LBS

Legal

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

End of official listing

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Date: 26 Jan 2001
Reference: IOE01/03467/24
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr John Turner. Source Historic England Archive
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