Building record MDR15996 - Quarry Bends House, Derby Road, Milford Bridge, Belper

Type and Period (3)

  • (Georgian to Hanoverian - 1800 AD to 1832 AD)
  • (Georgian to Hanoverian - 1800 AD to 1832 AD)
  • (Georgian to Hanoverian - 1800 AD to 1832 AD)

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Full Description

A Grade II listed, early 19th century, two-storey coursed stone cottage with whitewashed façade and shop window adjoining the William IV Public House [SMR40310], with a slate roof and brick chimneys. The ground floor has a southern shop window and a centre former carriageway segmental arch which now contains a door and window, and then two further windows under the original stone lintels of a former door and sash-window. The first floor has two windows with modern glazing and there is a northern single storey, one window outshut. Included for group value. (1) The above description is from 13th December 1979 when the property was listed as The Southern Premises of Bill Lomas (Motorcycles) Ltd. Images now available with Google Earth Street View show several alterations and the property returned to domestic use. The shop window is gone, replaced by two windows similar to those in the northern end, and the northern outshut now has an additional first floor, with two sash windows to the ground floor and three to the first floor. The façade is no longer whitewashed, the stone now being left bare and unfinished (2)

Sources/Archives (2)

  • <1> Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1087344.
  • <2> *Internet Web Site: Google Maps. http://maps.google.com/. Website viewed 4th March 2016.

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Location

Grid reference Centred SK 3514 4513 (12m by 21m)
Civil Parish BELPER, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
World Heritage Site Derwent Valley Mills

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Record last edited

Dec 21 2018 9:27AM

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