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Latitude: 53.9003 / 53°54'1"N
Longitude: -1.5099 / 1°30'35"W
OS Eastings: 432297
OS Northings: 445013
OS Grid: SE322450
Mapcode National: GBR KRWB.WL
Mapcode Global: WHC90.S759
Plus Code: 9C5WWF2R+42
Entry Name: 11, the Avenue
Listing Date: 30 March 1966
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1226843
English Heritage Legacy ID: 424019
ID on this website: 101226843
Location: Harewood, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS17
Civil Parish: Harewood
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Collingham St Oswald with Harewood
Church of England Diocese: Leeds
Tagged with: Building
HAREWOOD THE AVENUE
SE3245 LS17 (north side)
14/141 No 11
Former doctor's surgery and house, now house. Early-mid C18 by John Carr for
Edwin Lascelles, 1st Lord Harewood. Punch-dressed stone, stone slate roof.
Double-depth. 3 storeys with flanking 2-storey wings. 5-bay symmetrical
facade. 1st-floor sill-band, eaves band carried across central 3 bays as
2nd-floor band with open-pedimented gable above. Central and outer bays have
giant semicircular-arched recesses the voussoirs aligned to the courses. Central
doorway has shouldered swept architrave, consoles and casement-moulded cornice;
partly-glazed door with overlight. Flanked by deep 15-pane sash windows with
square 9-pane sashes above and smaller 6-pane sashes to 2nd floor with taller
12-pane central sash breaking into tympanum of pedimented gable which has
cyma-moulded coping. Outer bays have paired 15-pane sashes with ashlar lintels
and sills and small 9-pane segmental-arched windows set in arch above. Wings
have hipped roofs. 3 ashlar stacks to rear pitch and gable stack to rear right
gable of more utilitarian back range. Right-hand return has tall 21-pane sashed
stairwindow to left of doorway with monolithic jambs.
Interior: ground-floor rooms retain C18 plaster cornices but C19 fireplaces. Simple
C19 dog-leg staircase with stick balusters and ramped handrail. C18 stair to attic
has gun-barrel turned balusters. Attic rooms have C18 stone fireplaces with
architraves and decorative cast-iron grates.
Part of Carr's original model village.
Listing NGR: SE3229745013
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