© Mr Chris Broadribb
CURATORS HOUSE, MUSEUM GARDENS
YORK, YORK, NORTH YORKSHIRE
Mr Chris Broadribb
02 June 2001
02 November 1972
Date of last amendment:
02 November 1972
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SE6052SW MUSEUM GARDENS
1112-1/27/784 Curator's House
Formerly known as: Keeper's House adjoining south-east end of
Kings Manor MUSEUM GARDENS.
House, now offices and store. 1844. By JB and W Atkinson for
the Curator of the Yorkshire Museum (qv). Coursed squared
magnesian limestone, much re-used, with ashlar dressings;
plain tiled roof with ashlar corniced stacks. Coped gables
have shaped kneelers and finials like cushion capitals.
STYLE: Gothic Revival.
EXTERIOR: 2 storeys and attic; 2-window gabled front to left
of 1-storey 1-window front with chamfered eaves course and
half-hipped attic dormer. Gabled front has board door with
4-centred head on ornate hinges in moulded architrave. Ground
floor windows are mullioned and transomed, of 3 lights to left
of door, 2 lights to right: other windows are of 2 mullioned
lights: all mullions, transoms and openings are ovolo-moulded
and all openings are square-headed and quoined. Dormer has
2-light casement window. Right return: 2-storey 1-window
gabled front. Windows are of the same form as main front.
INTERIOR: not inspected.
(An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in the City of York:
RCHME: Outside the City Walls East of the Ouse: HMSO London: