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Search Aspect (Ivy House )
Location - Leeds & District

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Ivy House no. 392 Selby Road (Whitkirk)
Colour image2000. Ivy House on Selby Road is a Georgian detached dwelling built about 1730. The brickwork shows the variations in colour of traditional hand-moulded bricks. The house is photographed from outside The Brown Cow public house opposite, and the Church of St. Mary is situated at the rear, to the left. Solicitor, Robert Roodhouse occupied Ivy House in the 1881 census and later the Piercy family lived there. Thomas Piercy was also a solicitor and became President of the Incorporated Leeds Law Society in 1895.
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Selby Road, Ivy House (Whitkirk) (7 comments)
Black & White image2nd December 1949. Front view of Ivy House, a double-fronted brick built house with slate roof, arched and sash windows. Behind is Whitkirk church. To the right of the picture are outbuildings and a streetlamp. The picture is taken from the car park of the Brown Cow public house, on the other side of Selby Road, whose gateway is in the foreground.
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Selby Road, Ivy House (Whitkirk) (1 comment)
Black & White image2nd December 1949. Front view of double-fronted brick built house with slate roof, arched and sash windows on Selby Road. To the right of the picture are outbuildings with trees behind
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Selby Road, Ivy House (Whitkirk)
Black & White image2nd December 1949. View of Selby Road lookihg north-east showing in the foreground Whitkirk Cottage which was possibly the Verger's cottage. Further along is the end view of Ivy House with Whitkirk Church seen in the background between.
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Selby Road, Ivy House (Whitkirk)
Black & White image16th August 1956. Outbuildings and several mature trees at the rear of Ivy House which can be seen in the centre background. There are dustbins beside the buildings and a wasteground in the foreground.
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