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1-47, Bridge Street

A Grade II Listed Building in Keighley, Bradford

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Latitude: 53.8441 / 53°50'38"N

Longitude: -1.9582 / 1°57'29"W

OS Eastings: 402844

OS Northings: 438646

OS Grid: SE028386

Mapcode National: GBR GRRZ.VR

Mapcode Global: WHB7V.WMPY

Plus Code: 9C5WR2VR+JP

Entry Name: 1-47, Bridge Street

Listing Date: 4 December 1986

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1134119

English Heritage Legacy ID: 338113

ID on this website: 101134119

Location: Oakworth, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD22

County: Bradford

Civil Parish: Keighley

Built-Up Area: Keighley

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Oakworth Christ Church

Church of England Diocese: Leeds

Tagged with: Terrace of houses

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SE 0238 and SE 0339

(east side)

Nos 1 to 47 (odd)



Row of cottages. Early-mid C19, several builds, nos.39 and 41 dated 1832.
Coursed stone, stone slate roofs. Some back-to-back, now throughs. 2 and 3 3
storeys, stepped up hill, one or two lst-floor windows. Openings have plain stone
surrounds, the windows with flat-faced mullions. End stacks. No 1: board door to
right, 2-light window to left, 3-light window above. Nos.3, 5, 7 and 9: quoins to
left, plinth to nos.3 and 5. Each has C20 door to right, no.3 with C20 porch; a
3-light window to left; a 4-light window above. Nos.ll and 13: each has a C20
door to right and a 3-light window to left and above. No.15: 2 back-to-back
dwellings, now one house. A 4-light window to left has C20 door inserted; doorway
with interrupted jambs on right now passage entrance. Above a 3-light and
single-light window. Left stack removed. Nos.21 and 23: 4 back-to-back dwellings,
now 2 houses. Each has C20 door on right, no.21 with second, recessed lintel; a
3-light window to left and above, no.23 with mullions removed and ground-floor
lintel replaced, no.21 with ground-floor mullions replaced. No.25: 2 back-to-back
dwellings, now one. Door on left with second, recessed lintel; window on right
with mullions removed and cill lowered; 3-light window above. No.27: 2 back-to-
back dwellings, now one. Door on left; window with mullions removed and renewed
lintel on right; 3-light window above. Nos.39 and 41: 5 back-to-back and 2 cellar
dwellings, now two houses. 3 storeys with basement to left end. To right a
segment-headed cart arch with interrupted jambs, voussoirs and keystone. On its
left 2 doorways, each with window on its left with mullions removed and lintel
renewed. Basement of no.39 has passage doorway with interrupted jambs to left and
a 2-light cellar window to right. No.39 has a 3-light window to 1st and 2nd
floors; no.41 has 2 3-light windows to upper floors, those on 1st floor flanking
date-plaque. Shaped kneeler and ashlar coping to left. Rear shows 3 3-storey
dwellings,each with door and 2-light window to ground floor and a 3-light window
to 1st and 2nd floors, and one cellar dwelling. Access to cellar dwellings off
passageway. No.43: 3 storeys. Door on right; 3-light window to left and to upper
floors; plain gutter brackets on table. Nos.45 and 47: doorways to left and
right; each has one 3-light window to ground and 1st floors. Plain gutter
brackets on table. Stack in front roof pitch.

Listing NGR: SE 02844 38646

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