An early 19th century, Grade II listed, two-storey building built of ashlar with a tiled roof with a coped gable end and four stone chimneys. There are four sash-windows with glazing bars and stone lintels to the first floor, whilst the ground floor has three shop windows all with stone lintels and three doors with fanlights. The north side has a flat stone lintel with impost bands to the carriageway, the lintel cut below into a flattened segmental arch with keystone and engraved with voussoirs. (1)
The description from the Historic England listing of 13th December 1979 mentions three shop windows and doors, however the photographs on Google Images from Oct 2015 show a fourth shop window and door in the former carriageway. (2)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1087399.
*Internet Web Site: Google Maps. http://maps.google.com/. Website viewed 24th February 2016.
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BELPER, AMBER VALLEY, DERBYSHIRE
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Derwent Valley Mills
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