King Street: No 4


Deposited Plan Number:no data
Date:Early 19th Century
Plans Register:no data
Street:King Street
Property Name / Number:4
Area:Town Centre, HD1 2QE
Grid Reference:SE1448616601
Building Project:No 4
Type:no data
Applicant:no data
Applicant Address:no data
Architect:no data
Architect Address:no data
Status of Project:no data
Contractor:no data
Contractor Address:no data
Work Commenced:no data
Work Completed:no data
Occupants:no data
Subsequent Alterations / History:Existing, Now forms front of modern department store, Grade II Listed (29 September 1978)
English Heritage Listing:1214035 — listed on 29 September 1978 (old ID: 340055)
Location of Archives:no data
Buildings of Huddersfield ID:3774

Additional Information

Early C19. Painted hammer-dressed stone. Pitched stone slate roof. 3 storeys. Moulded gutter with wooden brackets. 2 ranges of sashes. Modern shop.

[Extract from the Historic England web site, list entry number 1214035]


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What's Nearby?

The following records are located within 100 meters:
RecordDistance (feet & meters)
Lockwood's Yard: Alterations to the "Farmer's Boy Inn" (1883) - plan# 120162ft19m
Lockwood's Yard: Warehouse, Stables, etc (1883) - plan# 121962ft19m
Lockwood's Yard: New Entrance to the "Farmer's Boy Inn" (1880) - plan# 82962ft19m
New Street: No 1386ft26m
King Street: No 5 and 786ft26m
New Street: No 29 - 3589ft27m
Victoria Lane & King Street: Five Shops and Offices (1878) - plan# 637104ft32m
off King Street (back of Mr Stead's Shop): Warehouse (1880) - plan# 795117ft36m
New Street: Rebuilding of the "Boot and Shoe Inn" (1898) - plan# 277 120ft36m
New Street: Rebuilding of the "Boot and Shoe Inn" (1898) - plan# [277)120ft36m
New Street: New Facade to Shop (1898) - plan# 324139ft43m
New Street: No 1 - 11139ft43m
Greenwood's Yard, off Victoria Lane: Conversion of Warehouse into Shop Premises (1924) - plan# 14210148ft45m
Greenwood's Yard, off Victoria Lane: 2 New Shops (1924) - plan# 14448148ft45m
Greenwood's Yard, off Victoria Lane: Three Lockup Shops (1924) - plan# 14207148ft45m
King Street: No 13150ft46m
Lockwood's Yard, off Victoria Lane: New Shed (1881) - plan# 924154ft47m
Lockwood's Yard, off Victoria Lane: Office and Shop (1880) - plan# 800154ft47m
Lockwood's Yard, off Victoria Lane: New Shop (Tobaconist) (1880) - plan# 844154ft47m
Victoria Lane: No 14165ft50m
Imperial Hotel Yard, Victoria Lane: Conversion of Coach House into a Cottage (1879) - plan# 736171ft52m
New Street: No 28179ft55m
New Street: No 2 - 14 (1770)205ft63m
New Street / Cloth Hall Street: Addition of new Managers office and W.C.s to Bank (1898) - plan# 168206ft63m
Market Place: No 27 (Williams' and Glynn's Bank) (1860)229ft70m
New Street: No 34233ft71m
King Street: Market Hall (1880)242ft74m
New Street: Alteration at Imperial Hotel (1886) - plan# 1558242ft74m
New Street: Conversion of Part of the Imperial Hotel into Shop (1909) - plan# 6064242ft74m
New Street: Yorkshire Bank (1850)248ft76m
Cloth Hall Street: No 9 - 15250ft76m
New Street: Bank Extension253ft77m
Victoria Lane: No 18 - 28259ft79m
New Street: New Bank Buildings (1870) - plan# 123273ft83m
Chancery Lane: No 14284ft87m
Victoria Lane: Conversion of Warehouse into Six Shops (1892) - plan# 2269288ft88m
Chancery Lane: No 13292ft89m
New Street: No 42 - 48311ft95m
Market Place: Market Cross (1671)312ft95m
New Street: Additions to Shops and Offices (1878) - plan# 663319ft97m
Imperial Arcade, off New Street: Imperial Court 1 - 4324ft99m