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The Cottage Approximately 100 Metres North-East of Church of St Mary with Front Garden Wall and Gate

A Grade II* Listed Building in Lindrick with Studley Royal and Fountains, North Yorkshire

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Latitude: 54.1194 / 54°7'9"N

Longitude: -1.5786 / 1°34'43"W

OS Eastings: 427638

OS Northings: 469364

OS Grid: SE276693

Mapcode National: GBR KNFT.02

Mapcode Global: WHC7T.QQGC

Entry Name: The Cottage Approximately 100 Metres North-East of Church of St Mary with Front Garden Wall and Gate

Listing Date: 11 June 1986

Grade: II*

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1150601

English Heritage Legacy ID: 331054

Location: Lindrick with Studley Royal and Fountains, Harrogate, North Yorkshire, HG4

County: North Yorkshire

District: Harrogate

Civil Parish: Lindrick with Studley Royal and Fountains

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

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Listing Text


9/50 The Cottage approximately
100 metres north -east of
Church of St Mary with
front garden wall and


Probably former parsonage to Church of St Mary, now unoccupied, with garden
wall and gate. c1873 by William Burges for the first Marchioness of Ripon;
altered c1900. Coursed and snecked gritstone with timber framing, red tile
roof. 2 storeys, 3 bays, central bay recessed, first-floor room of right
bay reached from rear external staircase. Central bay: on left, double
board door in portico with 2 chamfered slightly pointed arches and carved
with shields and the badge (a stag) of Lord Ripon. 2-light dormers with
curved barge-boards. Left, gabled,bay: 4-light mullion and transom window,
3-light mullion window above. Right: massive canted bays three 3-light
mullion and transom windows ground floor; first-floor timber-framed,
originally unglazed;pointed roof. Large square stack to left, a taller
stack straddles the ridge to right of central bay. Crested ridge tiles,
lead pinnacle and finial to pointed roof, right. Rear: another interesting
elevation composed of: left - a large timber-framed gable with first-floor
door, reached by a stone external stair. Centre - 3-light mullion and
transom window with possibly inserted dormer window above, and on right a 2-
storey square tower with door in left return and pyramidal roof. Right -
projecting gabled bay, partly rendered with mullion window and gargoyle on
left corner. Left return: 3-light mullion window, paired dormers as front.
Front wall: approximately 2 metres high, chamfered coping. Gateway with 3
steps, single leaf with cross motif and cusped braces. Interior not
inspected at resurvey. The building is refered to as estate cottages which
flank the vista but the external evidence is for one substantial house. J
Mordaunt-Crook, William Burges and the High Victorian Dream, 1981, p233,

Listing NGR: SE2763669364

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