NUMBER 37 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1256473
Date first listed:
24-Jun-1983
Date of most recent amendment:
14-Mar-1997
Statutory Address:
NUMBER 37 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 37, TANNER ROW

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Location

Statutory Address:
NUMBER 37 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 37, TANNER ROW

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

District:
York (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SE 59922 51708

Details

YORK

SE5951NE TANNER ROW 1112-1/15/1060 (South side) 24/06/83 No.37 and attached railings (Formerly Listed as: TANNER ROW No.37 British Rail Eastern Regional Headquaters)

GV II

Hotel, with basement area railings attached at front; now offices. c1850, with C20 alteration. Red brick in Flemish bond with painted stone doorcase and dressings; boldly projecting timber cornice on modillion consoles, returned at left end; double span roof of slate, hipped at left end, with brick stacks. Railings of painted cast-iron on stone plinth. EXTERIOR: basement and 4 storeys; 9-window front. Basement windows are 16-pane sashes with painted stone sills and plain impost band stepped and chamfered over windowheads to form lintels. Central portico of detached rusticated Tuscan columns surmounted by balcony balustrade of bulbous balusters: double doors each of 3 raised and fielded panels under plain fanlight in round-arched doorcase of alternately long and short voussoirs. On ground floor, windows are 4-pane sashes over moulded sill band; on first floor, of 3 lights with centre casements and brick sills; on second and third floors, 12-pane sashes with slender glazing bars, squatter on third floor, those on second floor over plain sill band and on third floor over moulded sill band. All windows have flat arches of gauged brick. On first floor, cantilevered balcony with moulded arris survives, without balustrade. Rear: at right angles to front range, 1-storey service wing with three 16-pane sash windows with stone sills and flat arches of brick. INTERIOR: not inspected. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: front railings and standards on low plinth are turned, railings with conical tips, standards with acanthus bud finials. Building was originally 'The George Hotel', latterly 'The North Eastern'. (Murray H: Nathaniel Whittock's Bird's-eye View of the City of York in 1850: York: 1988-: 43).

Listing NGR: SE5992251708

Legacy

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

Legacy System number:
464871
Legacy System:
LBS

Sources

Books and journals
Murray, H, Nathaniel Whittocks Birds Eye View of the City of York in 1850, (1988), 43

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: 07 May 2001
Reference: IOE01/04022/28
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Martin Roberts. Source Historic England Archive
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