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Micklegate was described by the architectural historian Sir Nicholas Pevsner as “without any doubt the most rewarding street in York”.
Micklegate means the great street and is the major historic street in York on the western side of the River Ouse. Most of the buildings in the street are of Georgian origin, but from the medieval age there are three historic churches and Micklegate Bar.
Micklegate Bar, the southern gateway into York’s city walls was first mentioned in the 12th century. Its archway is of Norman origin but the bartizans (little towers) were added in the 14th century.
Built: Late 1800
Current usage: Northern College of Acupuncture
Acquired by the Trust: 1993, developed 1997
Current usage: Residential
Acquired by the Trust: 1967
Current usage: Retail businesses with flats above
Acquired by the Trust: 1966 (No. 85), 1946 (Nos. 87 & 89)
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