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Listed Building record MDR9878 - Milford House, Derby Road, Belper

Type and Period (2)

  • (Georgian to Late 20th Century - 1777 AD? to 2000 AD?)
  • (Late 20th Century to 21st Century - 2000 AD? to 2050 AD)

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Full Description

Milford House, Derby Road, Belper, built c1777. 'Milford House, a large handsome mansion south of the village, is the seat of George Henry Strutt, Esq.' (1) Milford House is a large ashlar stone house of c1792 standing on embanked grounds built for Jedediah Strutt, who lived here briefly before moving to Derby. The main elevation facing east is of a symmetrical design. The building is two storeys high and has a slate roof and sash windows. The central round-arched doorway has an entablature with pilasters. (2) From the National Heritage List for England: '1. 5167 SK 3444 6/22 3.2.66 DERBY ROAD Milford Milford House II GV 2. Circa 1777 (Fitton and Wadsworth p 163). Built by Jedidiah Strutt who spent the last years of his life here. A large stone house standing in embanked grounds above the road. Main eastern elevation of symmetrical design. Ashlar, slate roof. Two storeys. 2-3-2 sashes, the centre 3 slightly advanced under cornice, ground floor with jalousies. Centre round-arched doorway, has entablature with pilasters. Listing NGR: SK3487444986' (3)

Sources/Archives (3)

  • <1> Bibliographic reference: White, F & Co.. 1857. History, Gazetteer & Directory of the County of Derby.
  • <2> Unpublished document: Derwent Valley Mills (DVM) Nomination Steering Panel. 2000. Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage List Nomination Document. 76, illust..
  • <3> Listed Building File: Historic England. 2011. The National Heritage List for England.



Grid reference SK 34874 44986 (point)
World Heritage Site Derwent Valley Mills

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Record last edited

Dec 6 2023 4:22PM

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