Listed Building record MDR23374 - Nos. 5 and 7 Low Pavement, Chesterfield

Type and Period (2)

  • (Stuart to 21st Century - 1700 AD? to 2050 AD)
  • (Victorian to 21st Century - 1900 AD? to 2050 AD)

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Nos. 5 and 7 Low Pavement, Chesterfield, an 18th century building. From the National Heritage List for England: '1. 5169 SK 3871 SW 1/88 9.8.76 LOW PAVEMENT Nos 5 and 7 II GV 2. C18 double pile house. Western 2 bays rendered, eastern bay painted brick. Symmetrical facade, the centre bay slightly advanced. Parapet with moulded cornice. Slate roof with coped gable ends and end chimneys. 3 storeys, 3 windows those of top storey are semi-circular lunettes, the eastern one with a lower sill. 1st flooras Venetian windows. Eastern windows, sashes - some glazing bars remain, western windows diagonal glazing bars - probably added in the C19. Ground floor has 2 advanced shop fronts. No 5 has fluted pilasters, shop windows with segmental arched lights the arches with glazing bars. Centre door with similar arched fanlight. Good interior. Art Nouveau tiled walls moulded green tiled cornices. Panels with floral tiles and swags. Tiled black and white floor. Some mahogony cased shelves remain with band of lettered tiles above giving original firm's motto. No 7's shop front has western end curved. 2 shop windows, the eastern 1 retains large sash. Entablature with moulded cornice, frieze and architrave over all. Pierced cast iron ventilation panel. Centre double doors with plain fanlight. Rear of building has stone plinth and quoins. Listing NGR: SK3829471034.' (1)

Sources/Archives (1)

  • <1> Article in serial: Cockerton, R W P. 1932. 'The Port Way. A Preliminary Note', The Derbyshire Countryside. Vol 2, No.5, pp 6-7.



Grid reference SK 38294 71034 (point)

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Dec 27 2021 10:50PM

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