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Brackencliffe

A Grade II Listed Building in Weaponness, North Yorkshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 54.2684 / 54°16'6"N

Longitude: -0.3934 / 0°23'36"W

OS Eastings: 504728

OS Northings: 487050

OS Grid: TA047870

Mapcode National: GBR TMP2.MN

Mapcode Global: WHGC0.XZT5

Entry Name: Brackencliffe

Listing Date: 16 July 1991

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1243700

English Heritage Legacy ID: 447868

Location: Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11

County: North Yorkshire

District: Scarborough

Town: Scarborough

Electoral Ward/Division: Weaponness

Built-Up Area: Scarborough

Traditional County: Yorkshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire

Church of England Parish: Scarborough St Martin

Church of England Diocese: York

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Listing Text

The following item shall be added:
1.
1605 ESPLANADE CRESCENT
Number 1
Brackencliffe
TA 0487 - TA 0587
II
0/D
2.
House, now flats. 1905 converted late C20. Designed by Walter H.
Brierley for W Glainsby in the Arts and Crafts Tudor style. Brick
with ashlar dressings and plain tile roofs. 3 ridge and 2 gable
stacks, one now reduced. 2 storey plus attic. West, entrance
front has slightly projecting gabled entrance wing with a doorway
to the right in a 4-centred arched, moulded ashlar surround and
original double doors. To the left a five light mullion window.
Above a single 5 light mullion window with the central light
blocked and inscribed "M.G. 1905 W.G." with above a rendered
gable. To the left 2 inglenook casements to each floor and above
a crow-stepped gable with stack. To the right, the service wing,
with 4, 3 light wooden cross casement windows and above a single
light, a 2 light, a 3 light and a four light, wooden casement
windows. North front has recessed centre with large 7 light cross
mullion window, the lower lights at the right contain a plank
door. Above a five light mullion window and above again a 3 light
window with a broad central light with segment head. To the left
a projecting gable-with a large 2 storey canted window, with 5,
2 light cross mullion windows below, and 5, 2 light mullion
windows above, topped by a brick coped parapet. To the right a
further projecting wing with a shallow 2 storey canted bay
window, with 5 light cross mullion windows to each floor and
continuous brick coped parapet. East front has a recessed centre
with a three arched loggia over a single 5 light cross mullion
and to the right a 2 light mullion window. Above a 6 light wooden
dormer window with flat roof. To the right a projecting gabled
wing with a five light cross mullion window and above a 3 light
mullion window with a broad centre light with segment head. To
the left a broader projecting gabled wing with a large 7 light
cross mullion window and above a 5 light mullion window.
INTERIOR
Contains original staircase, 3 flights with bulbous turned
balusters, square newels and moulded hand rail. The hall retains
its inner screen and door, panel door and plaster barrel vault
ceiling. N.W. ground floor room has a fine panelled inglenook
with benches and Delft tiles, beamed ceiling and window seats.
N.E. ground floor room has stone fireplace and decorative plaster
ceiling, partly obscured by partition walls. Most doors, windows
and window seats survive.


Listing NGR: TA0472887050

This text is from the original listing, and may not necessarily reflect the current setting of the building.

Description

The following item shall be added:
1.
1605 ESPLANADE CRESCENT
Number 1
Brackencliffe
TA 0487 - TA 0587
II
0/D
2.
House, now flats. 1905 converted late C20. Designed by Walter H.
Brierley for W Glainsby in the Arts and Crafts Tudor style. Brick
with ashlar dressings and plain tile roofs. 3 ridge and 2 gable
stacks, one now reduced. 2 storey plus attic. West, entrance
front has slightly projecting gabled entrance wing with a doorway
to the right in a 4-centred arched, moulded ashlar surround and
original double doors. To the left a five light mullion window.
Above a single 5 light mullion window with the central light
blocked and inscribed "M.G. 1905 W.G." with above a rendered
gable. To the left 2 inglenook casements to each floor and above
a crow-stepped gable with stack. To the right, the service wing,
with 4, 3 light wooden cross casement windows and above a single
light, a 2 light, a 3 light and a four light, wooden casement
windows. North front has recessed centre with large 7 light cross
mullion window, the lower lights at the right contain a plank
door. Above a five light mullion window and above again a 3 light
window with a broad central light with segment head. To the left
a projecting gable-with a large 2 storey canted window, with 5,
2 light cross mullion windows below, and 5, 2 light mullion
windows above, topped by a brick coped parapet. To the right a
further projecting wing with a shallow 2 storey canted bay
window, with 5 light cross mullion windows to each floor and
continuous brick coped parapet. East front has a recessed centre
with a three arched loggia over a single 5 light cross mullion
and to the right a 2 light mullion window. Above a 6 light wooden
dormer window with flat roof. To the right a projecting gabled
wing with a five light cross mullion window and above a 3 light
mullion window with a broad centre light with segment head. To
the left a broader projecting gabled wing with a large 7 light
cross mullion window and above a 5 light mullion window.
INTERIOR
Contains original staircase, 3 flights with bulbous turned
balusters, square newels and moulded hand rail. The hall retains
its inner screen and door, panel door and plaster barrel vault
ceiling. N.W. ground floor room has a fine panelled inglenook
with benches and Delft tiles, beamed ceiling and window seats.
N.E. ground floor room has stone fireplace and decorative plaster
ceiling, partly obscured by partition walls. Most doors, windows
and window seats survive.


Listing NGR: TA0472887050

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