NUMBER 10 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS

Overview

Heritage Category:
Listed Building
Grade:
II
List Entry Number:
1259371
Date first listed:
14-Mar-1997
Statutory Address:
NUMBER 10 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 10, BOOTHAM TERRACE

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Location

Statutory Address:
NUMBER 10 AND ATTACHED RAILINGS, 10, BOOTHAM TERRACE

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

District:
York (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SE 59734 52415

Details

YORK

SE5952SE BOOTHAM TERRACE 1112-1/12/109 (North West side) No.10 and attached railings

GV II

House. 1865. Brick with stone and artificial stone dressings. Slate roof. EXTERIOR: 3 storeys above a basement. 3 bays. The 1st and 2nd floor windows are glazing bar sashes with exposed sash boxes, and a 1st floor sill band. The rusticated lintels have individually-sculpted heads as keystones. To each side of the doorway, in the right-hand bay of the ground floor, there are much narrower lintels with similar heads, the right-hand one to a tall narrow sashed window and the left-hand one to a blind recess. On the ground floor there is a canted bay window on a brick base, with sashes without glazing bars, timber rusticated lintels, a modillion cornice, and a leaded roof. At basement level the canted bay has rubbed brick flat arches and glazing bar sashes. To the right of the steps to the main entrance there is a narrow cellar window. To the left of the steps there is a cellar doorway with a door of 4 panels and a shallow overlight in 3 panes. The main doorway has brick pilasters with roll-moulded corners and stone caps and bases, supporting a semicircular arch with sculpted keystone and an archivolt which includes polychrome tiles. The recessed door has 6 raised and fielded panels. Above there is a plain semicircular overlight. To the left and right of the facade pilaster strips rise from the 1st floor sill band to corbelled kneelers which are carved with lions' heads. Timber modillion gutter cornice. Shared chimneys to left and right. INTERIOR: not inspected. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: the attached railings have spear-head finials and are set on low brick walls with stone copings. The gate is also of iron, with iron gateposts which have ball finials. Nos 1-22 Bootham Terrace form an unusually complete row of speculatively built terraced houses, constructed between 1860 and 1870 to an interesting variety of different designs.





Listing NGR: SE5973452415

Legacy

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

Legacy System number:
462960
Legacy System:
LBS

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: 17 Apr 2006
Reference: IOE01/15192/25
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr David H. Garbutt. Source Historic England Archive
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