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Castle Gate, Nottingham

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Castle Gate is an historic street in the centre of the city of Nottingham between Lister Gate and Castle Road.

History

The early name for the street was Frenchgate, or Franchegate ( ).
Paving works were undertaken in 1752 at a cost of £60 ( ).
The street is noted for its Georgian houses, many of which are listed. The street was bisected in 1958 by the construction of Maid Marian Way, resulting in the loss of several fine properties, including number 35, St Nicholas Rectory of 1886 by Watson Fothergill and number 37 which was St Nicholas’ Parish Rooms.

Notable buildings


  • 4, Castle Gate Congregational Chapel
  • 6, Cleaves Hall, 1883 by Parry and Walker. Built as Castle Gate Schools by the Congregational Chapel
  • 10, 12 and 12a former Lace Factory
  • 11, Formerly the Black Lion Inn (demolished)
  • 15, Former Warehouse and Bakery 1897 by William Dymock Pratt
  • 17, Town House
  • 19 Stanford House ca. 1776
  • 24 to 30, Castlegate House, formerly a Ministry of Transport Office
  • 27 St Nicholas Court, 1900 by H.E. Woodsend
  • 29 and 31, Town Houses 1794 Later an Inland Revenue Office. From 24 September 1875 until 1930 the Nottingham Hospital for Women.
  • 32 Castlegate Chambers
  • 33 House, formerly Lyceum House
  • 34 and 36 Town House
  • 43, 45 and 47 House 1788 by William Stretton. Formerly the offices of the Nottingham City Architects' office 1960s - 1974, then the Nottingham Costume Museum until 2004.
  • 49, House
  • 50a Royal Children Public House 1933-34 by Albert Edgar Eberlin
  • 51, House ca. 1700
  • 53, House ca. 1700
  • 55, House
  • 57 and 59, 2 Houses
  • 64 Newdigate House ca. 1675 Built by Thomas Charlton of Chilwell. This was the house in which Camille d'Hostun, duc de Tallard was kept prisoner from 1705 to 1711 after defeat in the Battle of Blenheim in 1704.

Category:Buildings and structures in Nottingham
Category:Streets in Nottingham
 
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