Photographs of the house and its features were taken in July 1972. (1)
Vernacular building dated to 1743 as indicated by date stone. Evident refronting. (2)
A grade II listed house dating to the mid 17th century with remodelled facade dated 1743 on rain-water head. It is built of roughly-coursed limestone with ashlar sandstone dressings; and has Welsh slate and stone slate roofs. It is of two storeys with cellar and attics, and is a five-window range. There is a parallel two-window range to the rear centre. The facade has large quoins and mostly 2/4 sashes. The door to bay 2 has a six-panel door (top panels glazed) in moulded architrave beneath segmental pediment on shaped brackets. See list description for more details. (3)
Photograph: Derbyshire County Council. 1972. Photographs of Ivy House, Bakewell, July 1972. Black and White.
Index: Evans, R. 1976. Some dated vernacular buildings in Derbyshire.
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No: 1316494.
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BAKEWELL, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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