A Grade II listed terraced range of red brick three storey houses, circa 1850. Each has one sash-window to each floor with a stone keyblock and a flat brick arch, with the ground storey windows inset in segmental headed recesses with keyblocks. The doorways are each set within double recesses, each with keyblocks and semi-circular heads, plain fanlights and generally modern doors with stone steps up to each. There are moulded wood bracketed eaves (part restored), slate roofs and a stone sill band with plain pilaster sides riding above. There is a high stone retaining wall to the forecourt with returns at either end, topped by elaborate cast iron railings and with a pair of plain stone gate piers at each end. (1)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1216181.
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Centred SK 3506 3690 (28m by 17m)
DERBY, DERBY, DERBYSHIRE
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