Ely

3 Chequers Lane Ely, Cambs CB7 4LN

3
Chequers Lane
Ely, Cambs
CB7 4LN
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II

Formerly known as Chequers Public House.

A C18 brick building, plastered on the upper storey and painted brick on the ground storey. Renovated in the C20. 2 storeys. 5 window range on the 1st storey, some horizontal sliding sashes with glazing bars and 6 window range on the ground storey, C20 casements with glazing bars. The south part of the roof is tiled and the north part, originally tiled, is now covered with corrugated iron.

Keys: 
House, public house
Period: 
18. M 20
List Date: 
19/06/72
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
48686
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
West
Wall material: 
Local brick, render
Roof material: 
Plain tile, corrugated iron
Refs: 
CHEQUERS LANE 1082 No 3 TL 5480 1/78 II Formerly known as Chequers Public House. A C18 brick building, plastered on the upper storey and painted brick on the ground storey. Renovated in the C20. 2 storeys. 5 window range on the 1st storey, some horizontal sliding sashes with glazing bars and 6 window range on the ground storey, C20 casements with glazing bars. The south part of the roof is tiled and the north part, originally tiled, is now covered with corrugated iron.
S Status: 
NONE
Other information: 
Formerly listed Grade III, as Chequers Public House, List No 2/78. Upgraded and address amended at res
Entry Rec: 
22/10/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 54108041
Easting: 
5541000
Northing: 
2804100
Latitude: 
52.39959889076
Longitude: 
0.26529225902708

3 Market Place Ely, Cambs CB7 5NU

3
Market Place
Ely, Cambs
CB7 5NU
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II

MARKET PLACE

1082 No 3 (White Hart Hotel)
TL 5480 1/68 23.9.50

II

A late C18 or early c19 building built on the site of and incorporating parts of a C15-C16 timber framed building.

The main block facing south is painted brick. 3 storeys. 5 window range, double-hung sashes with vertical glazing bars, in cased frames, with stucco architraves and segmental heads. The ground storey windows are 3-light (1 blocked). There is a Carriageway with exposed timber framing on the west end and a 3-light oriel bay window above.

The interior is much altered but may contain a medieval core to the structure.

Keys: 
Hotel
Period: 
15 or 16, L 18 or E 19. 20
List Date: 
23/09/50
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
48756
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
North
Wall material: 
Timber frame, Local gault brick
Roof material: 
Slate
Refs: 
MARKET PLACE 1082 No 3 (White Hart Hotel) TL 5480 1/68 23.9.50 II A late C18 or early c19 building built on the site of and incorporating parts of a C15-C16 timber framed building. The main block facing south is painted brick. 3 storeys. 5 window range, double-hung sashes with vertical glazing bars, in cased frames, with stucco architraves and segmental heads. The ground storey windows are 3-light (1 blocked). There is a Carriageway with exposed timeber framing on the west end and a 3-light oriel bay window above. The interior is much altered but may contian a medieval core to the structure.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
Formerlylisted as White Hart Hotel, List No 2/68. Resurveyed and addressamended at 19/06/72. The cou
Entry Rec: 
27/10/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 54378037
Easting: 
5543700
Northing: 
2803700
Latitude: 
52.399163437761
Longitude: 
0.26923947645327

3 Palace Green Ely, Cambs CB7 4EW

3
Palace Green
Ely, Cambs
CB7 4EW
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II8

PALACE GREEN

1082 No 3
TL 5380 1/58 21.9.50.

II* GV

A C18 gault brick house with red brick dressings. It probably incorporates an earlier C17 structure of a house built on the site (1649-1658).

2 storeys. 5 window range, double-hung sashes with glazing bars, in flush cased frames. A central 6-panel door with a semi-circular fanlight has a wood doorcase with panelled pilasters and an open dentilled pediment. Roof tiled, old Cambridgeshire tiles, with stopped gables and a wood modillioned eaves cornice. The south front has 3 flat headed dormers.

The Chantry, the Walls & Gates to The Chantry, No 3, wall and railings to No 3 form a group with Bishop's Palace, The College & The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.

Keys: 
House
Period: 
M 17, 18
List Date: 
23/09/50
Date: 
c1650
List Num: 
48768
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
North
Wall material: 
Local gault brick. Local red brick
Roof material: 
Plain tile
Refs: 
PALACE GREEN 1082 No 3 TL 5380 1/58 21.9.50. II* GV A C18 gault brick house with red brick dressings. It probably incorporates an earlier C17 structure of a house built on the site (1649-1658). 2 storeys. 5 window range, double-hung sashes with glazing bars, in flush cased frames. A central 6-panel door with a semi-circular fanlight has a wood doorcase with panelled pilasters and an open dentilled pediment. Roof tiled, old Cambridgeshire tiles, with stopped gables and a wood modillioned eaves cornice. The south front has 3 flat headed dormers. The Chantry, the Walls & Gates to The Chantry, No 3, wall and railings to No 3 form a group with Bishop's Palace, The College & The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
Formerly listed Grade II as House 15 yards west of No 4, east of The Chantry,List No 2/58. Upgraded a
Entry Rec: 
28/10/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 53998032
Easting: 
5539900
Northing: 
2803200
Latitude: 
52.398821282589
Longitude: 
0.26363521509185

3 West Fen Road Ely, Cambs CB6 1AL

Location

Waterloo House
3 West Fen Road
CB6 1AL Ely, Cambs
3
West Fen Road
Ely, Cambs
CB6 1AL
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II

WEST FEN ROAD

1082 No 3 (Waterloo House)
TL 5380 1/56 25.9.50.

II

A C16 timber framed and plastered house, originally built on an L shaped plan.

A wing at the rear on the west end has been rebuilt in the C20. Much altered and restored. 2 storeys. The front block has exposed timber-framing on the 1st storey, which was originally jettied, the ends of the exposed joists still show. The ground storey was built out in brick. 2 window range on the north east front and 1 window range on the south west front, rectangular oriel bay windows on curved brackets on the lst storey and C20 mullioned and transomed casements on the ground storey,
all with C20 leaded lattice lights. The window on the south west side has inserted an enriched bracket with carved figure. Roof tiled, with a central chimney stack (rebuilt) with diagonal shafts on a rectangular base. The interior has good moulded ceiling beams and exposed framing.

Keys: 
House
Period: 
16. 19, M 20
List Date: 
23/09/50
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
435370
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
South west
Wall material: 
Timber frame, render. Gault brick
Roof material: 
Plain tile
Refs: 
WEST FEN ROAD 1082 No 3 (Waterloo House) TL 5380 1/56 25.9.50. II A C16 timber framed and plastered house, originally built on an L shaped plan. A wing at the rear on the west end has been rebuilt in the C20. Much altered and restored. 2 storeys. The front block has exposed timber-framing on the 1st storey, which was originally jettied, the ends of the exposed joists still show. The ground storey was built out in brick. 2 window range on the north east front and 1 window range on the south west front, rectangular oriel bay windows on curved brackets on the lst storey and C20 mullioned and transomed casements on the ground storey, all with C20 leaded lattice lights. The window on the south west side has inserted an enriched bracket with carved figure. Roof tiled, with a central chimney stack (rebuilt) with diagonal shafts on a rectangular base. The interior has good moulded ceiling beams and exposed framing.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
Formerlylisted as House 18 yards, WNW of the Wheat Sheaf PH, List No 2/56.Resurveyed at 19/06/72. Se
Entry Rec: 
04/11/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 53818035
Easting: 
5538100
Northing: 
2803500
Latitude: 
52.399141421617
Longitude: 
0.26100525707286

30 St Mary's Street Ely, Cambs CB7 4ES

30
St Mary's Street
Ely, Cambs
CB7 4ES
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II

ST MARY'S STREET

1082 (North Side) No 30

TL 5380 1/196

II GV

An early C19 gault brick house. 2 storeys.

5 window range, double-hung sashes with glazing bars, in plain reveals. A central doorway with a rectangular fanlight has a wood doorcase with reeded pilasters and a cornice. The ground storey has a small C20 shop front. Roof tiled.

Nos 20, 22, 22A, Nos 24 to 30 (even), Nos 34, 36, 36A, 38, Nos 40 to 60 (even) form a group with Nos 13 to 29 (odd) & 29A, Parson's Almhouses & Nos 1 to 5 (odd) Downham Road.

Also Nos 20, 22, 22A, Nos 24 to 30 (even), Nos 34, 36, 36A, 38, Nos 40 to 60 (even), Nos 13 to 29 (odd) & 29A, Parson's Almhouses form a group with No 20 Church Lane & the Parish Church of St Mary.

Keys: 
House, shop
Period: 
E 19. M 20
List Date: 
19/06/72
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
48789
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
North
Wall material: 
Gault brick
Roof material: 
Plain tile
Refs: 
ST MARY'S STREET 1082 (North Side) No 30 TL 5380 1/196 II GV An early C19 gault brick house. 2 storeys. 5 window range, double-hung sashes with glazing bars, in plain reveals. A central doorway with a rectangular fanlight has a wood doorcase with reeded pilasters and a cornice. The ground storey has a small C20 shop front. Roof tiled. Nos 20, 22, 22A, Nos 24 to 30 (even), Nos 34, 36, 36A, 38, Nos 40 to 60 (even) form a group with Nos 13 to 29 (odd) & 29A, Parson's Almhouses & Nos 1 to 5 (odd) Downham Road. Also Nos 20, 22, 22A, Nos 24 to 30 (even), Nos 34, 36, 36A, 38, Nos 40 to 60 (even), Nos 13 to 29 (odd) & 29A, Parson's Almhouses form a group with No 20 Church Lane & the Parish Church of St Mary.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
27/10/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 53868037
Easting: 
5538600
Northing: 
2803700
Latitude: 
52.399307050003
Longitude: 
0.26174882683433

31 Egremont Street Ely, Cambs CB6 1AE

31
Egremont Street
Ely, Cambs
CB6 1AE
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II

A C16 timber framed and plastered house refronted in the C18.

2 storeys, the upper storey is plastered and the ground storey is built out in brick. 3 window range, mullioned and transomed casements with boarded shutters on the ground storey. The doorway has a narrow architrave and an enriched pediment on console brackets, There is a later extension at the west end. 1 storey and semi-basement. 2 window range, mullioned and transomed casements. A wing extends to the north at the rear on the east end. Roof tiled, steeply pitched, with old Cambridgeshire tiles.

The interior has exposed ceiling beams and framing.

Egremont House & Nos 30 & 31 form a group.

Keys: 
House
Period: 
16. 18, 19
List Date: 
19/06/72
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
48722
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
South
Wall material: 
Timber frame, render. Local brick
Roof material: 
Plain tile
Refs: 
EGREMONT STREET 1082 (South Side) No 31 TL 5380 1/125 II GV A C16 timber framed and plastered house refronted in the C18. 2 storeys, the upper storey is plastered and the ground storey is built out in brick. 3 window range, mullioned and transomed casements with boarded shutters on the ground storey. The doorway has a narrow architrave and an enriched pediment on console brackets, There is a later extension at the west end. 1 storey and semi-basement. 2 window range, mullioned and transomed casements. A wing extends to the north at the rear on the east end. Roof tiled, steeply pitched, with old Cambridgeshire tiles. The interior has exposed ceiling beams and framing. Egremont House & Nos 30 & 31 form a group.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
30/10/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 35858061
Easting: 
5538480
Northing: 
2806110
Latitude: 
52.40147559603
Longitude: 
0.26168333728244

31-33 Waterside Ely, Cambs CB7 4AU

31-33
Waterside
Ely, Cambs
CB7 4AU
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II

WATERSIDE

1082 (East Side) Nos 51 and No 33 (formerly listed as No 33 and outbuilding at rear of No 33)
TL 5479 2/12 12.12.68

II GV

A Cl8 brick house with stopped gables at the north and south ends and C19 Smithy at the rear, on Willow Walk.

Renovated and restored in the C20. It occupies an important position at the point where the narrow street of Waterside opens up to the south. 2 storeys and attics. 5 window range (1 blocked on the first and one blocked on the second storey) and 1 window range on the south side, double-hung sashes with glazing bars, in flush cased frames, with segmental heads. A raised brick band runs between the storeys. The doorway is C20. (simple Cl8 style). Roof tiled (old Cambridgeshire tiles), with 3 hipped dorwev.

No 31 and No 33, Nos 35 to 41 (consec), Nos 43 to 47 (odd), Nos 51 to 53 (consec), Malthouse adjoining No 53. No 55 and the house adjoining No 55 and Quayside House form a group with Nos 54 and 64 (even), Quayside


 

Keys: 
House, smithy
Period: 
18. 20
List Date: 
12/12/68
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
435350
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
SIDE East
Wall material: 
Local gault brick
Roof material: 
Plain tile
Refs: 
WATERSIDE 1082 (East Side) Nos 51 and No 33 (formerly listed as No 33 and outbuilding at rear of No 33) TL 5479 2/12 12.12.68 II GV A Cl8 brick house with stopped gables at the north and south ends and C19 Smithy at the rear, on Willow Walk. Renovated and restored in the C20. It occupies an important position at the point where the narrow street of Waterside opens up to the south. 2 storeys and attics. 5 window range (1 blocked on the first and one blocked on the second storey) and 1 window range on the south side, double-hung sashes with glazing bars, in flush cased frames, with segmental heads. A raised brick band runs between the storeys. The doorway is C20. (simple Cl8 style). Roof tiled (old Cambridgeshire tiles), with 3 hipped dorwev. No 31 and No 33, Nos 35 to 41 (consec), Nos 43 to 47 (odd), Nos 51 to 53 (consec), Malthouse adjoining No 53. No 55 and the house adjoining No 55 and Quayside House form a group with Nos 54 and 64 (even), Quayside  
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
Formerlylisted Grade III, as No 33 and outbuilding to the rear of No 33, ListNo 1/23. Upgraded at 12
Entry Rec: 
04/11/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 54658009
Easting: 
5546500
Northing: 
2800900
Latitude: 
52.396568856068
Longitude: 
0.27322262611471

33 High Street Ely, Cambs CB7 4LF

33
High Street
Ely, Cambs
CB7 4LF
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II

Basement and first five feet of a monastic establishment, C13 or C14.

Ashlar masonry (Barnack stone) with early hand-made brick repairs in places; C14 or C15 oak timbers, some moulded, reused as ground-floor joists.

The post-medieval history of the fabric has at least three phases: extensions in the mid C18 and the late C18 to early C19; shopfronts inserted in the late C19 or early C20. Later work of brick painted. Roof not visible due to street pattern. Three storeys, stepping down to two on return. Two-window range and scattered fenestration to the return. Roof of shallow pitch over front section, with gable face to return, flat to the rear. Several windows of mid to late C18 pattern on the return, as well as a late C18 door and entrance aedicule.

The medieval remains are plainly visible in the basement and stretch back at least 16 metres from the front wall. Roughly rectangular in plan and divided into three bays. Brick facing to east wall; interior ashlar wall between northmost and centre bay; the latter has a long round-arched recess (for storage?) ; several moulded beams to this chamber.

The west wall here has two cuts to street level, one a stair. To front bay a square niche in west wall and stone steps to street to southwest corner. The quality of the masonry suggests that the medieval structure may have been associated with the north range of Ely Cathedral which survives on the opposite side of High Street.

Keys: 
Shop, house.
Period: 
C13 14 L19 20
List Date: 
08/11/93
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
435477
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
North
Wall material: 
Barnack stone, brick, oak.
Roof material: 
None.
Refs: 
TL 5480 ELY HIGH STREET (north side) 606-/1/10003 No 33 II Basement and first five feet of a monastic establishment, C13 or C14, ashlar masonry (Barnack stone) with early hand-made brick repairs in places; C14 or C15 oak timbers, some moulded, reused as ground-floor joists. The post-medieval history of the fabric has at least three phases: extensions in the mid C18 and the late C18 to early C19; shopfronts inserted in the late C19 or early C20. Later work of brick painted. Roof not visible due to street pattern. Three storeys, stepping down to two on return. Two-window range and scattered fenestration to the return. Roof of shallow pitch over front section, with gable face to return, flat to the rear. Several windows of mid to late C18 pattern on the return, as well as a late C18 door and entrance aedicule. The medieval remains are plainly visible in the basement and stretch back at least 16 metres from the front wall. Roughly rectangular in plan and divided into three bays. Brick facing to east wall; interior ashlar wall between northmost and centre bay; the latter has a long round-arched recess (for storage?) ; several moulded beams to this chamber. The west wall here has two cuts to street level, one a stair. To front bay a square niche in west wall and stone steps to street to southwest corner. The quality of the masonry suggests that the medieval structure may have been associated with the north range of Ely Cathedral which survives on the opposite side of High Street.
S Status: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
04/08/95
Grid Ref: 
TL 54188034
Easting: 
5541800
Northing: 
2803400
Latitude: 
52.398947473071
Longitude: 
0.26643503320307

34 St Mary's Street Ely, Cambs CB7 4ES

34
St Mary's Street
Ely, Cambs
CB7 4ES
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II

ST MARY'S STREET

1082 (North Side) No 34

TL 5380 1/197

II GV

An early Cl9 gault brick house. 2 storeys.

3 window range double-hung sashes with Glazing bars, in plain reveals. the ground storey has 1 C20 window in C19 style. A central doorway has rebated brick reveals and en elliptical arched head with fanlight. Roof tiled (C20).

Nos 20, 22, 22A, Nos 24 to 30 (even), Nos 34, 36, 36A, 38, Nos 40 to 60 (even) form a group with Nos 13 to 29 (odd) & 29A, Parson's Almshouses & Nos 1 to 5 (odd) Downham Road.

Also Nos 20, 22, 22A, Nos 24 to 30 (even), Nos 34, 36, 36A, 38, Nos 40 to 60 (even), Nos 13 to 29 (odd) & 29A, Parson's Almshouses form a group with No 20 Church Lane & the Parish Church of St Mary.

Keys: 
House
Period: 
E 19. L 19, M 20
List Date: 
19/06/72
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
48790
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
North
Wall material: 
Gault brick
Roof material: 
Plain tile
Refs: 
ST MARY'S STREET 1082 (North Side) No 34 TL 5380 1/197 II GV An early Cl9 gault brick house. 2 storeys. 3 window range double-hung sashes with Glazing bars, in plain reveals. the ground storey has 1 C20 window in C19 style. A central doorway has rebated brick reveals and en elliptical arched head with fanlight. Roof tiled (C20). Nos 20, 22, 22A, Nos 24 to 30 (even), Nos 34, 36, 36A, 38, Nos 40 to 60 (even) form a group with Nos 13 to 29 (odd) & 29A, Parson's Almshouses & Nos 1 to 5 (odd) Downham Road. Also Nos 20, 22, 22A, Nos 24 to 30 (even), Nos 34, 36, 36A, 38, Nos 40 to 60 (even), Nos 13 to 29 (odd) & 29A, Parson's Almshouses form a group with No 20 Church Lane & the Parish Church of St Mary.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
NONE
Entry Rec: 
28/10/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 53858035
Easting: 
5538500
Northing: 
2803500
Latitude: 
52.399130178773
Longitude: 
0.26159275938468

35 Fore Hill Ely, Cambs CB7 4NJ

35
Fore Hill
Ely, Cambs
CB7 4NJ
Parish ID: 
10
Grade: 
II

A late C18 or early C19 stuccoed house with a rusticated ground storey (now cement rendered) 2 storeys. 4 window range, double-hung sashes with glazing bars, in flush cased frames. The doorway has a shallow hood on console brackets. Roof slate, steeply pitched.

Nos 35, 39 & 41 form a group.

Keys: 
House, restaurant, shop
Period: 
L 18 or E 19. M 20
List Date: 
19/06/72
Date: 
NONE
List Num: 
48727
Dist Num: 
5138
Side: 
North east
Wall material: 
Local brick, render
Roof material: 
Slate
Refs: 
FORE HILL 1082 (North East Side) No 35 TL 5479 2/137 II GV Formerly known as No 38. A late C18 or early C19 stuccoed house with a rusticated ground storey (now cement rendered) 2 storeys. 4 window range, double-hung sashes with glazing bars, in flush cased frames. The doorway has a shallow hood on console brackets. Roof slate, steeply pitched. Nos 35, 39 & 41 form a group.
S Status: 
CA
Other information: 
Formerly listed Grade III as No 38, Fore Hill, List No 1/67B. Address amendedand upgraded at resurvey
Entry Rec: 
30/10/86
Grid Ref: 
TL 54518022
Easting: 
5545100
Northing: 
2802200
Latitude: 
52.397776322533
Longitude: 
0.27122649465714

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