Please click to view
44 North Bar Without (Beverley House), Beverley, HU17 7AB
Saturday 12 September: 11am - 4pm
Sunday 13 September: 11am - 4pm
Access: Access to the gardens is via Harper’s Court between 24 and 26A North Bar Without. Go through two arches and past a row of garages. The gardens are entered through a pair of wooden gates at number 44 and will be signed ‘HERITAGE OPEN DAYS. Gravel entry awkward for wheelchairs, fine after that.
Beverley House is a single-fronted house, probably from the early 19th century, with later 19th century alterations, and is Grade II listed. It has two storeys and an attic in red brick with a slate mansard roof. There is a wooden doorcase with a flat cornice and a semi-circular fanlight, and a passage door to the west with a rectangular fanlight. Part of a charming group of different styled houses, the architect is unknown. As with North Bar Within, this noticeably wide street was once used for livestock markets.