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© Mr B.J.W. Heath

IoE Number: 432786
Location: 17 MARKET PLACE (south west side)
Photographer: Mr B.J.W. Heath
Date Photographed: 13 May 2001
Date listed: 09 April 1954
Date of last amendment: 09 April 1954
Grade I

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1042MARKET RACE(South West Side)No 17ST 9961 2/1209.4.54.

1. 1042 MARKET RACE (South West Side) No 17 ST 9961 2/120 9.4.54. I GV 2. Early C18. 2 storeys, attic and basement. Brick on projecting stone base, double stepped. Chamfered stone quoins. Moulded stone cornice with carved brackets, acanthus ornament. Hipped old tile roof swept out over cornice, 2 dormers with heavy moulded cornice heads. 6 windows, with stone architrave surrounds and cills on 1st floor. 5 similar windows on ground floor with additional curved frieze and cornice to each. All with glazing bars intact. Large 8-panel double door, off centre, in stone bolection surround, with curved frieze, moulded cornice and broken pediment on carved stone brackets, acanthus ornament. The door approached by a flight of 3 semi-circular stone steps from small terrace across front of house. 2 wrot iron scroll pattern scrapers. 4 basement windows in narrow areas. Area rails plain wrot iron, diagonal and rectangular pattern, returned each side of door with bold strap scroll guards. The sides of house have a deep coved cornice. Interior has fine plasterwork and panelling. Original staircase. Adjoining to right hand with yard in front: a stable block - late C18. Brick with dentilled eaves and old tile roof. Pair of 3 central-arched stable doors (one blocked) and central-arched door with radiating fanlight. 2 circular and central oval loft windows over. All the listed buildings on the South West Side, South East Side, Market Hall, Market Cross and the Fountain form a group. Also all the listed buildings on the South West Side form a group with Nos 1 to 18 (consec) Northgate Street.

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