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IoE Number: 326402
Location: GATEHOUSE, GATEHOUSE LANE (north side)
  BOLTON PERCY, SELBY, NORTH YORKSHIRE
Photographer: Mr John Turner
Date Photographed: 05 October 2000
Date listed: 29 January 1980
Date of last amendment: 29 January 1980
Grade II*

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BOLTON PERCYGATEHOUSE LANESE 54 SW(north side)4/18Gatehouse29.1.80GVII*

BOLTON PERCY GATEHOUSE LANE SE 54 SW (north side) 4/18 Gatehouse 29.1.80 GV II* * Gatehouse. C15 with later alterations including roof structure and restorations including those of late C20. Timber-framed with rendered infil, rubble and hammer-dressed magnesian limestone plinth and pantile roof with lower 3 courses of stone slates. 2 storeys, 3 bays including central carriage arch, the range to the left side derelict at time of resurvey. Close-studded frame with tension braces. Former entrance to left range has hollow-chamfered, basket-arched opening with carved spandrels. Steps to 2 further C20 fire exits to first floor within probably original openings. Present entrance by C20 studded door to rear. First floor jettied to end and sides with carved dragon posts with brattishing and carved grotesques. Windows are C20 replacements. Jettied gable end. Left range: chamfered plinth to height of 0.75 metres with 3 jowled posts and wall plate with splayed scarf joints standing, tie beam and other timbers lying on ground at time of resurvey. Interior. First floor. Jowled posts and cambered tie beams with hollow chamfers. Arch braces with Tudor rose and other carved motifs. Wall plate shows several splayed scarf joints. Trenched and collar purlin roof. Pevsner N, Yorkshire, the West Riding, 1979, p 117.

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