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Barley Hall, York UK

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A medieval townhouse, originally the town house of the Priors of Nostell but later to be the townhouse of Alderman William Snawsell, goldsmith and Mayor of York...

 

 

Barley Hall York

Barley Hall

2 Coffee Yard

off Stonegate

York

YO1 8AR

01904 610275

Barley Hall is a medieval building in the centre of the city, until recently hidden under office blocks and old workshops it was excavated in the 1980s to reveal a surviving example of a medieval townhouse, originally the town house of the Priors of Nostell but later to be the townhouse of its best known inhabitant, Alderman William Snawsell, goldsmith and Mayor of York. It has now been restored to mirror how it looked at the time of Alderman Snawsell, close to the end of the fifteenth century.


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