Building record MDR14686 - Mill Hill House (site of), Derby

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Mill Hill House was a boxy stuccoed house originally of five by four bays and two storeys. The interior was compact with a shallow dog-leg staircase from the entrance hall into an apse, top lit with an elaborate mahogany rail supported by a cast iron balustrade. Designed by Richard Leaper for banker Thomas Ward Swinburne, originally was much larger and slowly was reduced in size and truncated throughout the 1900s. (1)

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  • <1> Article in serial: Craven M. 2013. 'Great Taste and Much Experience in Building: Richard Leaper, Amateur Architect', Derbyshire Archaeological Journal. Vol. 133, pages 189-212.



Grid reference Centred SK 3505 3527 (57m by 58m)

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Nov 26 2014 3:35PM

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