Building record MYO763 - 19 and 21 Tanner Row

Summary

Includes: No.22 GEORGE HUDSON STREET. Shops and offices. 1899, with C20 alteration. For the York Equitable Industrial Society. Red brick in English bond, with terracotta dressings; tiled shopfronts with steel window frames; marble or marble veneer doorcases. Stone coped gables and pierced cresting to slate roof; wrought-iron finials.

Location

Grid reference SE 6001 5172 (point)
Map sheet SE65SW
Civil Parish York, City of York, North Yorkshire

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Full Description

Includes: No.22 GEORGE HUDSON STREET. Shops and offices. 1899, with C20 alteration. For the York Equitable Industrial Society. Red brick in English bond, with terracotta dressings; tiled shopfronts with steel window frames; marble or marble veneer doorcases. Stone coped gables and pierced cresting to slate roof; wrought-iron finials.

EXTERIOR: Tanner Row front: 3 storeys 11 bays, centre bay with attic; one 2-storey bay at left end. Centre bay treated as centrepiece with steeply-pitched sprocketed roof with lucarnes and finial. Flanking bays linked by shaped gable topped with ball finials. Upper storeys articulated by corbelled pilasters with moulded capitals supporting dentilled cornices on both floors. Shopfronts on ground floor, on either side of glazed door in centre bay, in semicircular arched doorcase of radiating voussoirs. At left end, open carriage arch. Windows in centre bay are of 3 lights: on first floor with terracotta mullions beneath carved terracotta panel; on second floor beneath semicircular arch with grooved console keyblock and carved spandrels; in attic with colonnette mullions. Other windows are cross windows with moulded lintels and sloped sills of terracotta. George Hudson Street front: 3-storey 7-bay centre block, flanked by lower 3-storey wings, 3 bays to left and 6 bays to right. Centre block has parapet with moulded coping over strapwork frieze of terracotta and moulded modillion cornice. Flanking wings gabled and detailed as on Tanner Row front. In centre block, ground and first floors treated as elsewhere; on second floor windows are mullioned and double transomed over sunk panelled aprons. Fine clock cantilevered over George Hudson Street on wrought-iron bracket, by GJF Newey of York.

INTERIOR: not inspected.

(Murray H: Nathaniel Whittock's Birds'-eye View of the City of York in 1850: York: 1988-: 34-35).
Listing NGR: SE6007251682

Derived from English Heritage LB download dated: 22/08/2005


2014, 18-19 Tanner Row/2-20 George Hudson St (Unpublished document). SYO1710.

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  • --- Unpublished document: 2014. 18-19 Tanner Row/2-20 George Hudson St.

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Feb 18 2020 11:16AM

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