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York (Unitary Authority)
National Grid Reference:
SE 59702 51424



SE5951SE BLOSSOM STREET 1112-1/20/52 (North West side) 01/07/68 Nos.14 AND 16 Windmill Hotel


Formerly known as: Windmill Inn BLOSSON STREET. Inn. Late C17, mid C18 and early C19, with alterations in the late C18, early and mid C19, and additions c1890. Remodelled 1994. Brick, partly rendered, with some timber-framed internal partitions. Roofs pantiled and slated. PLAN: the earliest block, at the north-east on the corner of Blossom Street and Queen Street, has 2 parallel roofs with gables facing Blossom Street. To the south, also facing Blossom Street, is an addition probably built shortly after 1735. No.16 adjoins to the south and is of c1820, with exposed brickwork and a slate roof. To the rear is a stable range of similar date. A parallel range of c1890 borders Queen Street and encloses the opposite side of the rear yard. EXTERIOR: the north-eastern block has two 2-storey canted bay windows facing Blossom Street. They have plain tiled roofs and sashes which are divided horizontally by glazing bars. Above the left-hand one there is a small sashed window within the gable. The gables have finials and scalloped bargeboards. Between the bay windows on the ground floor there is a doorcase with panelled pilasters. The mid C18 addition to the south is of 2 storeys. On the ground floor it has a bowed window with 3 sashes and on the 1st floor it has 2 sashed windows. No.16 is of mottled brick, 3 storeys and 2 bays. On the 1st floor there are bowed glazing bar sash windows with panelled friezes. On the 2nd floor there are glazing bar sashes. At the left on the ground floor there is a late C19 timber shopfront with 3 pilasters, and with brackets to each side of the fascia. The partly-glazed door is C20. At the right there is a carriage entrance with elliptical arch and double timber doors. The modillioned timber cornice gutter has a lead hopper and downpipe at the right. Chimneys on gables of No.16 (the 2 to the right in front of and behind the ridge), towards the rear of the left-hand ridge of the NE block, and on the right-hand return wall to Queen Street. INTERIOR: not inspected. (RCHME: City of York: South-west of the Ouse: HMSO: 1972-: 62).

Listing NGR: SE5970451430


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An Inventory of the City of York III South West, (1972), 62


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: 07 Jul 2006
Reference: IOE01/15194/12
Rights: Copyright IoE Mr Adrian Laming. Source Historic England Archive
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