Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1253405

Date first listed: 24-Feb-1993

Statutory Address: LEASON HOUSE, 6, CHURCH LANE


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Statutory Address: LEASON HOUSE, 6, CHURCH LANE

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

District: East Riding of Yorkshire (Unitary Authority)

Parish: Driffield

National Grid Reference: TA 02179 57933


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491-/14/10001 Number 6 Leason House


House. 1711, altered late C18, restored c1990. Red brick, partly rendered, with pantile roof and raised, tumbled gables plus a single gable stack. 2 storey plus garret. Street front, has a doorway to right with 6-panel door and tripartite overlight in moulded wooden surround. To the left a C20 tripartite glazing bar sash. Above a late C18, bow window with tripartite glazing bar sash. Interior. Retains many original features including staircase with square newels and turned balusters with knops and moulded hand rail, top flight to garret has plain square balusters. Ground floor front room has plaster coving and 2 cupboards with original panel doors. Upper floor rooms also retain cupboards with panel doors. Most doors survive, mostly 6-panel with moulded surrounds. Beams and floorboards also survive. Roof retains original collar beam and purlins. This house was converted (with the adjoining house, Pritchett House) into a shop with upper floor showrooms in the late C18. The building was converted into an Institute c1900.

Listing NGR: TA0217757932


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Legacy System number: 436602

Legacy System: LBS

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