Red brick dwelling houses, No. 38 dating from the mid 19th century and No. 40 from the early 19th century. Dentilled eaves course through both, slate covered roof, and rendered ground floor. No. 38 is two storey with a ground floor Victorian shop display windows to either side of the entrance door, with modern uPVC wood grained windows. First floor, two modern windows within original flat arched window openings. No. 40 is of three storeys and three bays – cellar level with pavement. Exposed panel within render with incised brick: ‘I H 1822’ and ‘GD’. Previously the Beehive public house. Ground floor has three openings to the cellar area, with one bricked up. The first and second floors have six modern casement windows within the original window openings with brick relieving arches, apart from the first floor central window which has had the sill height lifted. (1)
Bibliographic reference: Derby City Council. 2010. City of Derby Local List. p 57, illus. p 57.
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Centred SK 4031 3620 (12m by 15m)
DERBY, DERBY, DERBYSHIRE
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