From the National lHeritage List for England:
1. CROMFORD HILL 1390 CROMFORD
Nos 116-122 (even) SK 2856/2956 1/127
2. Row of four houses. Probably 1830 built to house textile workers for the Cromford mills. Coursed rubble; Welsh slate roof under two levels. 2 red and black brick ridge stacks. Plan a variant on Arkwright phase I type; 2-storeys; single unit with rear services; side stairs against end or party walls behind the front entrance; 2-bay front elevation, the entrance bay with no windows above, the other with wingows set under inverted T lintels; similar lintels to doorways. No. 122 has 18 and 30-pane cast-iron window frames with central opening to first and ground-floor respectively. Otherwise C20 2-light casements throughout and C20 glazed and part-glazed doors. Rear with two C19 gabled stone wings and a C20 re-constituted stone extension in addition.
NB No. 122, Cromford Hill, Cromford was previously listed on the 3rd of November 1986 with the serial number 1/15M. This row of 4 houses now has the serial number 1/127.
1. CROMFORD HILL 1390 (West Side)
SK 2856 and 2956No 122 1/15M GVII
2. Terrace cottage. Late C18. Gritstone with gritstone dressings. Slate roof with single shared red and blue brick gable stack. Single bay, 2 storey. Doorway has flush dressed lintel, and C20 half-glazed door. A single cast iron glazing bar window with a 4 pane casement in the centre, to each floor. Built as part of the millworkers'cottages to serve Richard Arkwright's Cromford Mill.
Listing NGR: SK2919456454
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