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1-21, St HELENS STREET (See details for further address information)

A Grade II Listed Building in Cockermouth, Cumbria

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Latitude: 54.6638 / 54°39'49"N

Longitude: -3.3586 / 3°21'30"W

OS Eastings: 312464

OS Northings: 530703

OS Grid: NY124307

Mapcode National: GBR 4GZH.NY

Mapcode Global: WH6ZX.C1XH

Plus Code: 9C6RMJ7R+GH

Entry Name: 1-21, St HELENS STREET (See details for further address information)

Listing Date: 28 August 1951

Last Amended: 4 June 1975

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1144723

English Heritage Legacy ID: 71742

Location: Cockermouth, Allerdale, Cumbria, CA13

County: Cumbria

District: Allerdale

Civil Parish: Cockermouth

Built-Up Area: Cockermouth

Traditional County: Cumberland

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Cumbria

Church of England Parish: Cockermouth Area Team

Church of England Diocese: Carlisle

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This list entry was subject to a Minor Amendment on 10/01/2013

NY 1230 1/91

Nos 1 to 21 (odd)
Nos 23 to 27 (odd)
Nos 29 to 35 (odd)

(Formerly listed as Nos 1 to 35 (odd))


Continuous row of varied properties, Georgian, of various dates, 2 storeys, mostly
slate roofs and stone walls faced with various materials. Nos 1 and 3 have pantiles,
2 panelled doors, 2 sashes down, 4 up, No 3 with glazing bars. No 5 has modern
door, 2 sashes down with vertical glazing bars, 3 12-paned sashes up. Nos 7 and
9 have 2 doors, 2 12-paned sashes and a bow window with fluted pilaster jambs and
cornice (former shop), and 5 12-paned sashes up. Nos 11 and 11a have panelled
door in moulded stone frame with cornice and pediment, 2 sashes down, and a door
to passage (No 11a), 4 sashes up in moulded frames with a continuous sill band
on brackets, and quoins. No 13 has centre door, 2 sashes down (one double) and
3 up in plain stone frames. No 15 has Tuscan pilaster strips, panelled door in
Tuscan pilastered doorcase with cornice, 2 sashes down and 3 up in moulded frames
with sills on brackets. No 17 (Grey Goat Inn) is lower in proportion, boarded
door to yard on left, with a 2-light stone mullioned window above it; portion to
right has centre doorway with Tuscan pilaster-jambs, cornice, curved pediment,
2 sashes down, 3 up, all in moulded stone frames. Nos 19 and 21 have 3 storeys,
a 4-centred arched carriage entry (to No 19), panelled door in round arch with
fanlight, keystone and moulded caps, a sash and former shop window down, 3 sashes
each upper floor with glazing bars removed, all in plain stone frames. No 23 (Manor
House) has quoins, pantiles, 3 storeys, centre panelled door in V-jointed architrave,
2 16-paned sashes down, 3 12-paned sashes on 1st floor and 3 small-paned horizontal
sliding sashes under eaves. No 25 (Brougham House) has pantiles, doorway, 3 sashes
down and 4 up all in moulded stone frames. No 27 (formerly part of Brougham House)
has moulded doorway, former shop window (now house), and a sash window above in
moulded frame, quoins. No 29 has 2 doors (one to yard), 2 sashes down and 3 up,
all with vertical glazing bars. Nos 31, 33, 35 have 2 original bow windows, and
small-paned sashes.

Nos 1 to 35 (odd) forms a group.

Listing NGR: NY1246430703

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