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Latitude: 53.7888 / 53°47'19"N
Longitude: -2.2408 / 2°14'26"W
OS Eastings: 384230
OS Northings: 432529
OS Grid: SD842325
Mapcode National: GBR DSSM.NK
Mapcode Global: WHB83.K147
Plus Code: 9C5VQQQ5+GM
Entry Name: 18, St James Street
Listing Date: 18 February 1992
Last Amended: 19 November 1997
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1244972
English Heritage Legacy ID: 467203
Location: Daneshouse with Stoneyholme, Burnley, Lancashire, BB11
Electoral Ward/Division: Daneshouse with Stoneyholme
Built-Up Area: Burnley
Traditional County: Lancashire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Lancashire
Church of England Parish: Burnley St Peter
Church of England Diocese: Blackburn
SD8432NW ST JAMES STREET
906-1/16/131 (South East side)
(Formerly Listed as:
ST JAMES STREET
(South East side)
Yates Wine Lodge)
Formerly known as: Boot Inn ST JAMES STREET.
Public house. 1911. By H Thompson of Blackpool; altered.
Sandstone ashlar, slate roof. Edwardian Baroque style.
Obtusely-angled plan on corner site, with convex corner.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys and 6 windows in total (2 to St James
Street, one at the corner and 3 to Parker Lane), with a
parapet decorated with unpierced roundels and a corner feature
in the form of a round-headed panel in a semicircular
open-pedimented architrave with scrolled supporters. The
curved corner has 3-light mullioned sashed windows on both
floors with linked architraves including panelled aprons to
the ground floor and carved panelling between the floors. Left
and right of the corner are wide doorways with elaborate
architraves including panelled pilasters and emphatic open
pediments on consoles, that to the left triangular and that to
the right segmental, both containing carved enrichments, and
above each is a segmental-headed sashed window with a
shouldered architrave linked to that of the doorway.
Otherwise, the St James Street facade has a 2-light mullioned
sashed window at ground floor and a one-light window above
this, with similarly linked and enriched architraves; and the
Parker Lane facade has one wide and one narrow window at
ground floor with coupled and single sashed windows above, in
similar architraves. Ridge chimney, and gable chimney to the
HISTORY: with No.16 to the left, part of this architect's
scheme for replacing the former Boot Inn and farm buildings on
this site. Forms group with No.16 to the left (qv) and with
No.22 (The White Lion) on the opposite corner (qv).
Listing NGR: SD8423032529
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