ROSCOE TERRACE

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1255808

Date first listed: 22-Sep-1975

Statutory Address: ROSCOE TERRACE, 1, TOWN STREET

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: ROSCOE TERRACE, 1, TOWN STREET

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

District: Leeds (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SE 26685 33429

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Details

LEEDS

SE2633 TOWN STREET, Armley 714-1/32/501 (South side (off)) 22/09/75 Roscoe Terrace, No.1

II

House. Late C17 with C18 alterations. Coursed gritstone, low-pitched stone slate roof. 2 storeys with attic, 2 windows wide on S side. Quoins. Entrance left of centre has a half-glazed door, painted stone lintel, and a small circular stone window to right. 4-light stone recessed chamfered mullion windows, ground floor right 3 lights, casements. A weathered date stone set into walling at 1st-floor lintel height. The upper-floor windows set well below the eaves line. Rear: plain stone surrounds and mullions with small-pane sashes, 2 side-sliding sashes below eaves. INTERIOR: reputed to have chamfered ceiling beams with straight stops. A very interesting house; the mullioned windows suggest a C17 farm house altered or rebuilt to accommodate perhaps a weaving loft in the roof space (interior not seen); reputed to have been the Cat and Fiddle Inn.





Listing NGR: SE2654133483

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Legacy System number: 465613

Legacy System: LBS

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