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9, 10, 11 and 12, Cross Street

A Grade II Listed Building in Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire

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Latitude: 53.8411 / 53°50'27"N

Longitude: -0.4285 / 0°25'42"W

OS Eastings: 503496

OS Northings: 439462

OS Grid: TA034394

Mapcode National: GBR TSG0.0T

Mapcode Global: WHGF4.DQ56

Plus Code: 9C5XRHRC+CH

Entry Name: 9, 10, 11 and 12, Cross Street

Listing Date: 1 March 1950

Last Amended: 1 September 1988

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1084088

English Heritage Legacy ID: 167129

Location: Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17

County: East Riding of Yorkshire

Civil Parish: Beverley

Built-Up Area: Beverley

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): East Riding of Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Beverley St Mary

Church of England Diocese: York

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This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 30/07/2015

TA 0339
9/30; 10/30

CROSS STREET (east side),
Nos 9, 10, 11 and 12

(Formerly listed as Nos 9 and 11, CROSS STREET)



Circa 1834, by E Page. Consists of house and 2 supporting blocks as now appearing as 1 composition and forms an important element in this street. The house (No. 11) is faced in painted stucco, 2 storeys, 3 windows wide with recessed centre. The windows are sash type, with glazing bars, excepting that the 1st floor central one has marginal panes to casements. 2 fluted Greek Doric columns project slightly in front of the centre recess, and support a plain entablature over which is a cast- iron balcony and a window with consoles and enriched cornice. Inside the small ground floor portico is a 6-panel door with fanlight. Moulded architraves enclose the ground floor windows with panels under, and extend down to the projecting base of the house. Channel in wall under eaves, which have wide projection with pairs of light brackets at intervals. Slate roof, hipped of low pitch. The house is connected to the side wings by screen walls which have arched openings and 6-panel doors, over which are projecting tablets, vertically fluted string courses and panelled parapets. The remainder of the screen has a curved ramp to a lower level in each instance, with a blocked yard doorway to the street frontage. The north side block (No. 9) in white brick, 1 storey, centre 6-panel door with fanlight, 2 windows with stone heads and cills, wood spout on widely spaced block brackets. Low pitch slate roof hipped. The south side block (No.12) is identical except its windows and doorway to the street frontage are blind. No.10 forms a two storey service range that extends from the north side of the main house, to the rear of the north side block. Like the side block, this is of white brick with multi-paned sash windows with stone lintels and cills.

Listing NGR: TA0349639462

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