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Market Hotel

 

 


 
The Market Hotel was situated on Lynn Street. This grade-II listed pub opened in 1857 and was renamed The New Market Inn c1991. It was used as an Indian restaurant following closure.
 
Despite the Market Innís Grade II listed status, Hartlepool Council is inviting tenders for the construction of 48 affordable rent homes on three development sites, including the Market Inn. Details not yet known, but presumably this means demolition of the Pub.
Kathy Ludlow (December 2022)
 

 
Listed building details:
Public house with living accommodation above, mid/late C19. Brick, with faience to ground floor, stucco to first floor, felted slate roof. 3 storeys, 4 bays. c1900 public house frontage to ground floor with panels of polychrome relief ornament below sills. Shallow plinth. Wide tripartite window to left, of which centre light is recessed and of curved convex plan; ornamental glazing bars. Semicircular-arched window to right, with carved mullions and transom. Paired doorway between the windows and doorway to far left, all with 6-panelled doors, overlights and polychrome faience pilasters. Bracketed fascia and cornice. Upper floors have canted timber oriel windows with sashes to first, 2nd and 4th bays of first floor. Other windows are recessed sashes, sill bands to each upper floor. Wrought iron ornamental bracket supporting late C20 sign, between bays 3 and 4 on first floor. Shallow-pitched roof with end stacks.
 

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