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Latitude: 53.7667 / 53°46'0"N
Longitude: -1.3687 / 1°22'7"W
OS Eastings: 441707
OS Northings: 430228
OS Grid: SE417302
Mapcode National: GBR LSWW.GG
Mapcode Global: WHDBS.YLD6
Plus Code: 9C5WQJ8J+MG
Entry Name: 33-37, High Street Ls25
Listing Date: 15 September 1987
Last Amended: 13 July 1988
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1237465
English Heritage Legacy ID: 428652
Location: Kippax, Leeds, LS25
Civil Parish: Kippax
Built-Up Area: Kippax
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): West Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: Kippax
Church of England Diocese: Leeds
The following shall be amended:
In the entry for:
SE 43 SW GARFORTH HIGH STREET
LS25 (north Side)
Nos 33 and 37
The address and the description shall be amended to read:
Nos 33-37 (odd)
House, now 1 dwelling, 2 shops and store. Early C19 with mid C18 rear wing
and C20 alterations. Magnesian limestone ashlar, Welsh and stone slate roofs.
Double-depth plan, with rear extensions and additions. Classical style. Two
storeys and 3 bays, symmetrical. Plinth; central doorway with moulded architrave
and pediment on consoles, outer bays much altered by insertion of shop windows.
1st floor band; 4-pane sashes with moulded sills projecting from band to bays
1 and 3. Half-hipped roof with stacks behind ridge. Left return: wing to
left is of earlier build with chamfered quoined doorway having weathered keystone
on lintel; sashes with glazing bars above and to left. Interior: ¼-turn staircase
to 1st landing with continuations from this to front and rear; open string,
scrolled brackets, turned balusters (except upper flight to rear, which has
been altered); 6-panel doors with central reed; right-hand ground-floor room
has dentilled cornice and is said to have coved niche (now concealed). Former
wooden panelling removed to museum. Rear wing has fielded-panel door and window
seat and has splat-balustered staircase and panelled room divisions to upper
SE 43 SW GARFORTH HIGH STREET
LS25 (north side)
3/12 Nos 33 and 37
House, now 2 shops. Early to mid C18; altered. Magnesian limestone ashlar,
slate roof. Double-depth plan, with rear extensions and additions.
Classical style. Two storeys and three bays, symmetrical; 1st-floor band;
central doorway with moulded architrave and pediment on consoles, outer bays
much altered by insertion of shop window at ground floor, but 1st floor has
three 4-pane sashed windows, the outer with prominent moulded sills.
Half-hipped roof, chimneys behind ridge. Left gable wall has doorway with
chamfered surround; continuation to rear, of rubble, appears earlier.
Interior: 1/4-turn staircase to 1st landing, with continuations from this to
front and rear, open string, scrolled brackets, turned balustars (except
upper flight to rear, which has been altered); right-hand ground-floor room
has dentilled cornice, and is said to have a coved niche (now concealed).
Former wooden panelling removed to museum. A recognisable example of the
period, despite alterations to ground-floor front.
Listing NGR: SE4170730228
This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.
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