A Grade II listed, late-18th century house with stucco (the front ivy-covered) exterior. The house has two storeys with sash windows in chamfered painted stone surrounds, a simple wood doorcase in a plain surround with a semi-circular head and wheel fanlight, painted stone quoins at the sides, plain eaves and a tiled roof. There is a stone garden wall to the frontage overall, with flat moulded coping. Grade II listed for group value, it forms a group with Nos. 134 [SMR9971], 136 [SMR9970], 138-142 [SMR9948], 144-146 [SMR9969], 148 [SMR9947], 150 [SMR9968], 152-158 [SMR9967], 160-168 [SMR9946], 170-172 [SMR9966], 174-176 [SMR9945], 178-180 [SMR9965], 182 [SMR9964] and 184-186 [SMR9963] North Parade. See list description for further details. (1)
Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England. NHLE No. 1278062.
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MATLOCK BATH, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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