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Latitude: 53.9588 / 53°57'31"N
Longitude: -1.0864 / 1°5'11"W
OS Eastings: 460042
OS Northings: 451793
OS Grid: SE600517
Mapcode National: GBR NQVN.LN
Mapcode Global: WHFC3.8RXJ
Entry Name: 39, NORTH STREET (See details for further address information)
Listing Date: 19 August 1971
Last Amended: 14 March 1997
Source: Historic England
Source ID: 1257066
English Heritage Legacy ID: 464275
Location: York, YO1
Electoral Ward/Division: Micklegate
Built-Up Area: York
Traditional County: Yorkshire
Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): North Yorkshire
Church of England Parish: York All Saints, North Street
Church of England Diocese: York
SE6051NW NORTH STREET
1112-1/28/811 (West side)
(Formerly Listed as:
Includes: No.1 TANNER ROW.
House, now offices. Late C15; hall floored and hall jetty
underbuilt in C17; refronted and altered in C18; part
demolished and remainder re-roofed c1900; refurbished 1991.
Timber-framed on rubble stone plinth, with infilling of brick,
now plastered and colour-washed; pantile roof, hipped at
corner, with brick stack. Originally Wealden hall plan; one
wing subsequently demolished.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys, 1 bay of timber-framing to North Street,
2 bays of framing to Tanner Row; first floor jettied with
dragon post at corner. Entrance in North Street is renewed
6-panel door in original doorway: to right, C20 small-pane bow
window. First floor windows are renewed sashes, of 4 panes and
6 panes. Tanner Row front has renewed 6-panel door in C19
architrave, to left of 2 x 6-pane horizontal sliding sash
window. First floor window also horizontal sliding sash, of
two unequal lights, 4 and 6 panes. Dragon post is enriched
with ogee quatrefoils, and jetty plates are lodged.
INTERIOR: not fully inspected. Wall framing and joists are
exposed in both ground floor rooms, together with dragon beam
in No.39 North Street. Both rooms have plastered chimney
breasts without fire grates.
The house is particularly notable as one of the most northerly
survivals, though partial, of the Wealden hall plan.
(City of York: RCHME: South-west of the Ouse: HMSO: 1972-:
Listing NGR: SE6004751790
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