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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

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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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 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...

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An undercroft and town house, now undercroft shop, Row shop and storage, of three-storeys with the initials and date 16:CB:10 on a jettied gable. It was altered in the 18th century and comprehensively refurbished by T M Penson for the second Marquis of Westminster in the 1850s. The shopfro...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

An early 17th century town house which was refaced in brick and stone and extended to the rear circa 1860. No early fabric exists at undercroft or Row level, but the upper storeys retain a staircase, panelling and plasterwork of early 18th century character. The building is of five storeys...

58 PECKHAM HIGH STREET

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This is the last survivor from what were two identical pairs of houses (Numbers 56 and 64-66 have been demolished since the 1930s) that flanked an earlier building at Numbers 60-62. The two pairs may have been built together in a single speculation sometime between 1723 and 1731. Number 58...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

The present building is the surviving half of a still more impressive 13th century town house which extended further down Lower Bridge Street. In 1643 Sir Richard Grosvenor successfully petitioned to enclose the Row, and set a trend which was to transform Lower Bridge Street. The 13th cent...

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Type: Sites and monuments databases or inventories Publisher: Archaeology Data Service

17th century town house, largely rebuilt early to mid 18th century. The building, of two storeys and attic over a basement, is of local rubble with granite ashlar lintel courses and flat arches to ground and first floors. Overall, the building is of L-shape plan including 18th century rear...