Built circa 1825-27 by Joseph Cooper, for Henry Cox, Vintner. Two storey, 5-by-3 bay house. Painted brick and stucco with hipped slate covered roof. On the front (south) elevation, stone string course, Doric portico at entrance, 4 plain sliding sash windows on the ground floor and 5 plain sliding sash windows on the first floor. Single storey rectangular bay windows on the east elevation with blocking course and 3 sliding sash windows to the front and 1 at each side. Single storey extension to the centre of this elevation; door and sliding sash window to the right. House now divided into 3 dwellings: Parkfields, South Wold and Woodlands. (1)
Bibliographic reference: Derby City Council. 2010. City of Derby Local List. p 45.
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Centred SK 3450 3750 (52m by 58m)
DERBY, DERBY, DERBYSHIRE
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