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York (Unitary Authority)
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SE 59700 51278



SE5951SE SOUTH PARADE 1112-1/20/921 (North East side) 14/06/54 Nos.3-20 (Consecutive)


Includes: No.43 BLOSSOM STREET. Terrace of houses, now 17 houses, a shop, and offices. 1825-8 with some C20 alterations. Probably built by Thomas Rayson senior, bricklayer. Brick in Flemish bond with painted stone or stucco dressings. Slate roof, hipped at left. EXTERIOR: 3 storeys above cellars. Each house 2 bays with glazing bar sash windows which have painted rusticated lintels with false keystones. No.19 has a small flat-roofed attic dormer. At the left-hand end of the terrace a C20 shopfront and doorways occupy the ground floor of No.43 Blossom Street and the former Nos 1 and 2 South Parade (now part of No.43 Blossom Street). The shopfront returns to also occupy the ground floor of the 3 bays which face Blossom Street. The remaining houses each have a tripartite bowed glazing bar sash at the right on the ground floor and a doorway at the left with a doorcase which has engaged reeded columns, a frieze with raised mouldings, panelled reveals, a door of 6 panels, and an overlight with glazing bars in a diagonal pattern. No 4 has French doors to the cellar, and a C20 lean-to porch over the cellar doorway. No.6 has a glazed window replacing the cellar door. No.7 has a casement window with glazing bars lighting the cellar. No.8 has a C20 cellar window and glazed door. Nos 9, 10 and 11, 15, 16, 17 and 19 have 6-panel cellar doors. No.14 has a C20 concrete platform in front of the cellar window. The houses have timber gutters carried on rectangular brackets except for Nos 4, 5, 6 and 7, which have plastic gutters. Ridge chimneys to left and right of the former No.2, and to right of Nos 3-20. INTERIORS: not inspected. No.43 Blossom Street was first listed 01/07/68. (An Inventory of the Historical Monuments of the City of York: RCHME: South-west of the Ouse: HMSO: 1972-: 129).

Listing NGR: SE5965951317


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An Inventory of the City of York III South West, (1972), 129


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: 11 Jun 2001
Reference: IOE01/04546/15
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Chris Broadribb. Source Historic England Archive
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