This is a two-storey detached stone house built end-on to the street, with a range of attached brick buildings adjoining and running away from the road. The house is built of large well-squared sandstone blocks, believed to have come from Repton Priory, most of which was demolished at the Dissolution. The stones have been re-dressed, and a construction date for the building in the mid 18th century is suggested. The adjoining parts of the brick range may be contemporary, with a purpose-built mid 19th century bakery furthest from the road. The stone house has a simple 19th century shop front on the ground floor. (1)
Unpublished document: Hutton, B. Derby Buildings Record. DBR 13, 21st April 1988.
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Centred SK 30500 26849 (29m by 21m)
REPTON, SOUTH DERBYSHIRE, DERBYSHIRE
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