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118-20 Micklegate. Town house built c1740, with late 18th and early 19th century alteration, late 19th century shopfront; restored 1968. For Robert Bower. Exterior: 3 storeys and attic; 3-window front.

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Now undercroft shops at street level and the Victoria Public House at Row level and above, this structure comprises a 17th century timber-framed town house which is concealed by an early 19th century brick facade. The structure of both undercrofts is hidden, but a short stretch of rubble w...

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A proto-Vernacular Revival facade of 1858 by James Harrison encases a much altered 17th century timber framed town house above a pair of modern clad undercrofts. Evidence for this structure is fragmentary and is best seen in the passageway at the south. The Row level is open to the roof an...

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A four-storey town house and undercroft with an early 19th century brick frontage concealing at least three earlier phases. The undercroft has coursed rubble stone walls and measures 5.3 x 14.95 metres. The medieval west wall to the undercroft is visible, of painted coursed sandstone rubbl...

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A partially surviving timber-framed town house with a medieval undercroft. The upper part of the facade was rebuilt as a replica in the 20th century. The undercroft measures 12.15 x 5.50 metres and contains part of a medieval timber arcade supporting large square joists. This level is divi...

GAMULL HOUSE

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This former town house contains a medieval stone-built open hall. The house was refronted in the brick in the late 17th or early 18th century, and has a fine pedimented doorway of that date. The hall is at Row level, reached by a set of external steps leading to an open gallery. Three smal...

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A medieval undercroft with a late 16th century town house above. The sandstone undercroft is wide and impressive, spanned by two mid 14th century two-centred chamfered pointed arches. These carry quarter-sawn joists, three of which provided dendrochronological dates for felling after 1327....

51 HIGH STREET

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Town house built circa 1700, with a later shop. It is stucco on rubble with granite plinth, with killas rubble at the rear, and has a steep asbestos slate roof.

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An early 18th century town house and undercroft, now street shop and Row shop, extended at the rear in the early 19th century. The Georgian brick facade, with cast-iron columns at Row level, is embellished with later Jacobean-style ornamentation. Some 18th century features survive on the u...

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A 17th century town house and undercroft with 18th century alterations, restored by T M Penson for Butts, Jewellers, in 1858 in a Vernacular Revival style. It is of three storeys in one bay and is of sandstone and timber frame with plaster panels, old brown brick to the west side, and a gr...