No 66 The Fleet (Fleet Cottage) is a Grade II building with an early 19th century façade. The structure consists of two adjoining buildings set at right angles to the street. Both buildings are of two storeys, but the eastern building is constructed from ashlar and the western house has a painted brick façade and a lower roof line. To the rear a stone wing meets the front roof in a hipped gable. The building has tiled roofs, brick chimneys and cellars. The street façade has a first floor loft door to street. There is a rear one storey brick shop set back. (1)
No 66 The Fleet was identified during survey in 2008. It is a 19th century L-shaped complex of up to three buildings including a two storey inn, a two storey cottage and a single storey nailer's workshop. The east facing wall fronts onto The Fleet, it's only opening is a doorway on the second floor. There is an Offliers Ale painted advertisement on the north facing wall. Set back from The Fleet and to the north are a cottage and a nailer's workshop with a chimney. (2)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. List entry number 1100335.
Unpublished document: Jurecki, K (ARCUS). 2008. Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Landscape Project: Cromford and Belper Survey Transects. Level 1 Survey.. B4/3.
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BELPER, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
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