SE6052SE GOODRAMGATE 1112-1/14/391 (North West side) 14/06/54 No.20 The Golden Slipper Public House
House, now public house. c1500, extended in C18 and raised in C19; further extension and remodelling in late C19. MATERIALS: early structure timber-framed with rendered and white-washed front and inn front framed in timber; C18 extension of orange-brown brick in English garden-wall bond; front of late C19 extension of red brick in Flemish bond on painted stone plinth and with stone dressings, rear of orange-cream brick in English garden-wall bond. Slate roofs with brick stacks. EXTERIOR: early part is 3-storeyed with attic; 1-window gabled front is jettied on first and second floors, second floor jettied also on right return where it has been underbuilt by The Royal Oak Public House (qv). Gable is finished with scalloped bargeboard with pointed finial. Extension to left is of 2 storeys with cellar and attic, and has 2-window front. 3-storey part has inn front of grooved pilasters with projecting modillioned cornice on grooved brackets, and disused double doors of raised and fielded panels to right, 2-light window with colonnette mullion over panelled riser to left. First and second floor windows are 1-pane sashes with shallow sills, and attic has squat 3-pane window in gable. Small fixed light in second floor return. Extension has cellar opening beneath ground floor window. Doorcase to right, approached by stone steps, has cornice on carved scroll consoles, grooved pilaster jambs, and door and overlight in panelled reveal. To left is tripartite window with 1-pane sashes with shaped heads. Window surround has pilaster jambs with stone bases and imposts, faceted keyblock and incised frieze blocks beneath moulded cornice hood: moulded stone sill on shaped block brackets beneath. First floor windows are 1-pane sashes in round-arched surrounds with pilaster jambs with stone bases, moulded stone imposts and keyblock, and stone hoodmould returned on each side to form impost string; moulded stone sill band as on ground floor. Moulded dentilled and modillioned eaves cornice with heavy carved terminal bracket to left. Attic has box dormer with dentilled cornice on pilaster strips and 1-pane sash window; hipped roof has wrought-iron corner scrolls. Inn sign in the form of a moulded slipper in a wrought-iron surround projects between first floor windows. Rear: two gabled ranges, left one of 3 storeys and attic, right one of 3 storeys, both with C20 fenestration. INTERIOR: not inspected. (City of York: RCHME: The Central Area: HMSO: 1981-: 142).
Listing NGR: SE6051152188