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54-76, Cromford Hill

A Grade II Listed Building in Cromford, Derbyshire

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Coordinates

Latitude: 53.1055 / 53°6'19"N

Longitude: -1.5641 / 1°33'50"W

OS Eastings: 429279

OS Northings: 356566

OS Grid: SK292565

Mapcode National: GBR 599.7DQ

Mapcode Global: WHCDV.Y6CL

Entry Name: 54-76, Cromford Hill

Listing Date: 3 November 1986

Last Amended: 12 September 1990

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1248914

English Heritage Legacy ID: 430730

Location: Cromford, Derbyshire Dales, Derbyshire, DE4

County: Derbyshire

District: Derbyshire Dales

Civil Parish: Cromford

Traditional County: Derbyshire

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Derbyshire

Church of England Parish: Cromford St Mary

Church of England Diocese: Derby

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Listing Text

1. CROMFORD HILL
1390 CROMFORD

No. 54-76 (even)
SK 2856/2956 1/120

II GV

2.
Row of eleven houses. Built 1780s in a single phase for Richard Arkwright to
accommodate workers for his textile mills. Coursed rubble; tiled roofs. The row
rises up Cromford Hill under five roof lines. All of Arkwright phase I plan,
originally single unit with rear services under catslide; 3 storeys, side stairs
against end of party walls behind or to one side of front entrance; 2-bay front
elevations, the entrance bays with no windows above, the other with 2-light stone-
mullioned windows to all floors; doorways with substantial rectangular lintels and
crude'capitals and bases to imposts, all tooled. Ridge stacks, originally stone,
now all red and black brick. The doorways survive intact to all except Nos 62
(where lintel cut); minor alterations to Nos 56 and 76. Window surrounds and
mullions intact to all except Nos 62, 74 and 76 (mullions gone, surround surviving).
C20 windows (all, except No. 62, casements) and doors (mostly glazed or half-glazed)
throughout. Rear with some later lean-tos, but with several original window
surrounds.

NB Nos 58, 60, 64, 66, 68, 70 and 72 Cromford Hill, Cromford were individually
listed on the 3rd November 1986 with serial numbers 1/15A-1/15F respectively. The
entire row now has the serial number 1/120.

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1. CROMFORD HILL
1390 (West Side)

SK 2856 and 2956 No 58

1/15A GV II

2.
Terrace cottage. Late C18. Gritstone with gritstone dressings. Plain tile roof
with single shared red and blue brick gable stack. Single bay, 3 storey. Doorway
has flush dressed jambs and lintel and a C20 half-glazed door. A single 2 light
flush mullion window to each floor with C20 casements. Built as part of the mill-
workers'cottages to serve Richard Arkwright's Cromford Mill.


1. CROMFORD HILL
1390 (West Side)

SK 2856 and 2956
No 60
1/15B GV
II

2.
Terrace cottage. Late C18. Gritstone with gritstone dressings. Plain tile roof
with single shared red and blue brick gable stack. Single bay, 3 storey. Doorway
has flush dressed jambs and lintel and C20 glazed door. A single 2 light flush
mullion window to each floor with C20 casements. Built as part of the millworkers'
cottages to serve Richard Arkwright's Cromford Mill.


1. CROMFORD HILL
1390 (West Side)

SK 2856 and 2956
No 64
1/15C
GV II

2.
Terrace cottage. Late C18. Gritstone with gritstone dressings. Plain tile roof
with single shared red and blue brick gable stack. Single bay, 3 storey. Doorway
has flush dressed jambs and lintel and C20 half-glazed door. A single 2 light flush
mullion window to each storey with C19 casements. Built as part of the millworkers'
cottages to serve Richard Arkwright's Cromford Mill.


1. CROMFORD HILL
1390 (West Side)

SK 2856 and 2956 No 66

1/15D GV II

2.
Terrace cottage. Late C18. Gritstone with gritstone dressings. Plain tile roof
with single shared red and blue brick gable stack. Single bay, 3 storey. Doorway
has flush dressed jambs and lintel and C20 glazed door. A single 2 light flush
mullion window to each storey with C20 casements. Built as part of the millworkers' cottages to serve Richard Arkwright's Cromford Mill.


1. CROMFORD HILL
1390 (West Side)

SK 2856 and 2956 No 68

1/15E GV II

2.
Terrace cottage. Late C18. Gritstone with gritstone dressings. Plain tile roof with single shared red and blue brick gable stack. Single bay, 3 storey. Doorway
has flush dressed jambs and lintel and a half-glazed C20 door. A single 2 light flush mullion window to each floor with C20 casements. Built as part of the millworkers'
cottages to serve Richard Arkwright's Cromford Mill.


1. CROMFORD HILL
1390 (West Side)

SK 2856 and 2956 No 70

1/15F GV II

2.
Terrace cottage. Late C18. Gritstone with gritstone dressings. Plain tile roof
with single shared red and blue brick gable stack. Single bay, 3 storey. Doorway
has flush dressed jambs and lintel and glazed C20 door. A single 2 light flush
mullion window to each floor with C20 casements. Built as part of the millworkers'
cottages to serve Richard Arkwright's Cromford Mill.


1. CROMFORD HILL
1390 (West Side)

SK 2856 and 2956 No 72

1/15G GV II

2.
Terrace cottage. Late C18. Gritstone with gritstone dressings. Plain tile roof
with single shared red and blue brick gable stack. Single bay, 3 storey. Doorway
has flush dressed jambs and lintel, and an C18 eight panel door. A single 2 light
flush mullion window to each floor with C20 casements. Built as part of the millworkers
cottages to serve Richard Arkwright's Cromford Mill.


Listing NGR: SK2927956566

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