House. Late C18. Coursed rubble, tile roof. 2 storeys, 2 windows to 1st floor. Plinth; large quoins. External steps with simple iron railings to central doorway having part-glazed double door beneath glazed canopy. Flanking 2-light windows on each floor have 6-pane wooden casements in square-faced surrounds with stone mullions. Brick end stack on left and later external end stack on right.
Formerly listed as: Nos. 43 and 45 CROMFORD HILL
Previous description: House with room attached (function of latter not known). Late C18 and c.1900 respectively. Coursed rubble; tiled and Welsh slate roofs. House, 2-storeys, symmetrical 2-window range with plinth. All windows are 2-light with stone mullions with small paned roof casements. Double door (with c.1900 leaded glass to top lights) under later glazed canopy reached by external steps with simple iron railings. Brick end stacks. The room is attached to the right and forms a lean-to against the un-numbered house in North Street (north side, see ref.1/135): canted bay to Cromford Hill with shaped stone gable wall containing a louvred roundel; sash windows and doorway to left. This building occupies an important position to one side of the entrance to North Street and is included for group value.
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