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© Mrs Pennie Keech

IoE Number: 465257
Location: SCOTT HALL, SCOTT HALL STREET (west side)
Photographer: Mrs Pennie Keech
Date Photographed: 05 February 2002
Date listed: 05 August 1976
Date of last amendment: 05 August 1976
Grade II

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LEEDSSE33NWSCOTT HALL STREET, Buslingthorpe714-1/7/1296(West side)

LEEDS SE33NW SCOTT HALL STREET, Buslingthorpe 714-1/7/1296 (West side) 05/08/76 Scott Hall II House. Mid C18, altered C20. Brown hand-made bricks in Flemish and random bonds, rusticated stone quoins, slate swept roof. 3 storeys, 4 unevenly-spaced windows, tall to ground floor, square to top floor, with segmental brick arches; top-hinged casements. Altered central entrance. Eaves and end stacks rebuilt. Rear: original fenestration includes tall round-arched stair window. Right return: built against a steep slope with terraced routeway at 1st-floor level, there is a blocked loading doorway right, the pegged wooden casing exposed. INTERIOR: not inspected. Despite recent restoration work this is a rare survival of the plainer houses built by merchants in Leeds in the C18; the gable door suggests that the building was used as a finishing workshop or for storage.

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