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York (Unitary Authority)
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SE 60258 52038



SE6052SW STONEGATE 1112-1/27/1020 (South East side) 14/06/54 Nos.21 AND 25


Formerly known as: Nos.16, 17 AND 18 STONEGATE. Three houses; now two shops. C15 origins; part raised in late C16, part in C18; extension to No.25 c1700, other extensions late C19; C19 shopfront, altered. Restored 1974. MATERIALS: original building timber-framed, front now plastered; extension of c1700 in orange-red brick in English garden-wall bond; other wings of orange-brown brick in Flemish bond and orange brick in English garden-wall bond: plain tile roofs and brick stack. EXTERIOR: 4-bay front, left two bays 2-storeyed with attics, right two bays 3 storeys and gabled: first floor and second floor of right end bay jettied. Shopfronts framed in plain pilasters with moulded imposts beneath cased jetty bressumer have glazed and panelled shop doors and plate glass windows over panelled risers: passage entrance in centre closed by pair of slatted ramped-up gates with brass plate incorporating "T Anderson MD" in foliate border at left side. On first floor, both end windows are oriels, right one with 16-pane centre sash, left one with tall 3-pane casements: in centre, two 16-pane sashes. Second floor windows to No.21 are one 16-pane sash, one 4-pane fixed light. Dormers to left end bays are raking, with 12- or 9-pane lights. Rear: wing to No.21 carried on colonnade of cast-iron columns with leaf capitals over half width of through passage. 3-storied wing at rear of No.21 has 16-pane first floor sash, 4-pane second floor sash, both with soldier brick arches, and hipped roof. Window over passageway is narrow 12-pane sash with segmental brick arch. 3-storey wing at rear of No.25 is gabled: first and second floor windows are 2- and 3-light casements. INTERIOR: timber-frame exposed extensively on all floors of front range. In left of centre bay, winder staircase rises from first to second floor with close strings, slender turned balusters, square newels and steeply ramped moulded handrail. Blocked small round-headed cast-iron fireplaces survive in rear ground floor room to right of passage, and in first floor right end room. HISTORICAL NOTE: from 1898 to 1902, George Walton, designer and collaborator in Glasgow with Charles Rennie Mackintosh, worked from premises at No.21 Stonegate. (City of York: RCHME: The Central Area: HMSO: 1981-: 228).

Listing NGR: SE6025852038


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Books and journals
An Inventory of the City of York V Central, (1981), 228


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

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Date: 10 Feb 2002
Reference: IOE01/05017/34
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Arthur B. Bellwood. Source Historic England Archive
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