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36 AND 38, MARKET PLACE (See details for further address information)

A Grade II Listed Building in Malton, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.1356 / 54°8'8"N

Longitude: -0.7981 / 0°47'52"W

OS Eastings: 478628

OS Northings: 471748

OS Grid: SE786717

Mapcode National: GBR QNWM.08

Mapcode Global: WHFBG.Q95Y

Entry Name: 36 AND 38, MARKET PLACE (See details for further address information)

Listing Date: 29 September 1951

Last Amended: 5 April 1993

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1219688

English Heritage Legacy ID: 389448

Location: Malton, Ryedale, North Yorkshire, YO17

County: North Yorkshire

District: Ryedale

Civil Parish: Malton

Built-Up Area: Malton

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: New Malton St Michael

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text


MALTON

SE780715 MARKET PLACE
801-1/8/69 (North East side)
29/09/51 Nos.36 AND 38
(Formerly Listed as:
MARKET PLACE
(North East side)
No.36)
(Formerly Listed as:
MARKET PLACE
(North East side)
No.38)

GV II

Includes: No.10 ST MICHAEL STREET.
Two houses, now one shop. No.36 C18, No.38 early C19, both
with later C19 and C20 alteration. No.36 rendered and painted;
No.38 painted brick in Flemish bond, with moulded timber eaves
course. Both parts re-roofed in pantile, with brick stacks, at
right end and centre (36), and at right end (38). No.38 has
coped right gable and shaped kneeler.
No.36: 2-storey-and-attic; 2-window front. Shop entrance in
No.38; secondary entrance at right end, in No.10 St Michael
Street. Ground floor of No.36 occupied by double shop front
with centre door altered to window; single shop window to
left.
Double shop front has fluted pilasters, plain fascia and
moulded cornice on paired grooved consoles, rising to form
small central pediment. Single shop window in plain surround
of pilasters with imposts and stepped cornice. Both shop
windows incorporate roller blind boxes by J Dean of Putney.
First floor windows are 4-pane sashes, the left one having
painted stone sill. Gabled dormer in attic, with unequal
9-pane sash.
No.38: 3-storey 2-window front. Early C20 double shop front
with panelled pilasters, deep fascia and cornice; glazed and
panelled shop door recessed between canted plate-glass windows
with transom lights and slim glazing bars; blind box complete
with fittings. On first floor, window to right is tripartite
sash with 4-pane centre light and painted stone sill; 4-pane
sash to left. Second floor windows are squat 8-pane lights
incorporating casements, with painted sills. Windows on first
and second floors have keyed flat arches.
No.10 St Michael Street: house and shop, now cafe. Early C19,
with later C19 and C20 alterations. Rendered and colourwashed,
with slate roof, hipped over canted corner; and left-of-centre
brick stack on Market Place front.
St Michael Street front: 2 storeys and 3 windows. Central
half-glazed and panelled door with overlight; single-light
pivoting window beneath incised wedge lintel to right. To
left, large plate-glass shop window in plain opening.
First-floor windows are 4-pane sashes with painted stone
sills.
Market Place front: 2 storeys and 2 windows. Large plate-glass
shop window in plain opening on ground floor. At left end,
recessed 4-panel door beneath narrow overlight, together with
blocked window above, belong to No.36 Market Place. 4-pane
sashes with painted stone sills and incised wedge lintels on
first floor. In canted corner between the 2 fronts is a
disused glazed door with overlight: wrought-iron corner
scrolls on roof.


Listing NGR: SE7862871748

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