List number: 1120635
List grade: 2
Post code: DH1 3AG
Grid ref: NZ2756842398

96 and 87 Elvet Bridge


No 96-7 Elvet Bridge in Durham were originally built as 2 houses in the 17th and early 18th century. They are thought to incorporate fabric from the medieval chapel of St. Andrew, which previously stood on this site.[1] The 2 houses are now combined into a resturant; 'Tango'. This ia s Grade II listed building. 

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Durham: Elvet Bridge

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The Old Elvet Bridge

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Old Elvet Bridge on a sharp autumn day

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House on Elvet Bridge, Durham City

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96 AND 97, ELVET BRIDGE - List Entry
- "2 houses, now shop. C17 and early C18 on site of medieval chapel of St. Andrew, part of which may be incorporated in fabric. Painted render; rear brick on sandstone ...

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