THE MUSTARD POT PUBLIC HOUSE AND RESTAURANT

Overview

Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1256000

Date first listed: 19-Oct-1951

Date of most recent amendment: 11-Sep-1996

Statutory Address: THE MUSTARD POT PUBLIC HOUSE AND RESTAURANT, 20, STAINBECK LANE

Map

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Location

Statutory Address: THE MUSTARD POT PUBLIC HOUSE AND RESTAURANT, 20, STAINBECK LANE

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

District: Leeds (Metropolitan Authority)

National Grid Reference: SE 30363 37087

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Details

LEEDS

SE3037SW STAINBECK LANE, Chapel Allerton 714-1/54/602 (North side) 19/10/51 No.20 The Mustard Pot Public House and Restaurant (Formerly Listed as: STAINBECK LANE, Chapel Allerton (North side) Clough House)

II

House and workshops, now public house and restaurant. Early C18, altered C20. Red/brown hand-made brick in a random stretcher bond, ashlar details, stone slate roof. 2-storey house, right, has stone quoins, central C20 porch, doorway with moulded shouldered architrave, pediment, pulvinated frieze, fielded-panel door; sashes with glazing bars in flush wood frames, keyed flat arches; moulded eaves cornice, rebuilt tall corniced end and centre stacks. Former workshop range to left of 2 storeys and 5 windows has segmental-arched windows with flush wood frames and glazing bars. INTERIOR: replanned and refitted late C20 but 2 original mid C18 fireplaces survive: main room left (probably direct entry) has cyma-moulded stone surround and moulded eared and shouldered architrave above, surmounted by the coat of arms of the Henson family. The right room has similar but wider fireplace, moulded plaque, and set of early Delft tiles painted with small figures representing games, pastimes, discipline, costumes and churchmen. Moulded ceiling beams in these two rooms may be original. Originally Clough House, the style is similar to the merchant houses built in the town centre around 1700 and the range to left is a workshop or cloth finishing shop of that date.



Listing NGR: SE3036337087

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Legacy System number: 465351

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