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20 & 22 High Petergate

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These two houses were built for The Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St. Peter in York by the Minster Stoneyard staff under the supervision of the head mason, Mr Taylor, in the first half of the 19th century. Originally both properties had an entrance doorway to the left of the ground floor window leading to a through-passageway to the rear of the building. This still exists at No. 20 and leads to a rear yard and also to a staircase serving the flats above. This building has an L-shaped, three room plan which is currently let as a tea room. Above this is a two bedroom flat on the first and second floors. Under the building there is a cellar which consists of 18th century brickwork.

At No. 22 the passageway is enclosed and is now simply a corridor to the upper floors, which are offices. The ground floor consists of a shop with a yard at the rear and two other storerooms.

The two properties form a four-bay range, three storeys high, built of Flemish-bonded stock brick with hung-sash windows. The Trust purchased these buildings along with 12-18 High Petergate from The Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St. Peter in York on 26 October 2007.

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