Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural Artistic Social

Original Use


In Use As



1860 - 1900


188870, 135733

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Terraced three-bay three-storey house, built c.1880, with shopfront, and access to upper floors. Pitched slate roof with red brick chimneystacks, cast-iron rainwater goods and render brackets to eaves. Painted rendered walls with render quoins. Square-headed window openings with render surrounds, shouldered and kneed to second floor and pedimented to first floor, with replacement uPVC windows. Elaborate timber and render shopfront to ground floor with moulded bracketed cornice, dentils, egg-and-dart course, elaborate consoles, channelled quoin pilasters, some quoins vermiculated and painted rendered plinth. Square-headed door openings with replacement timber doors, double-leaf to shop, with scalloped frames to over-lights, shop door and one side of other door flanked by decorative panelled pilasters with decorative capitals. Scalloped timber frames to display windows with moulded sills and to door over-lights.


The Maid of Erin is another embodiment of Hibernia, Ireland, in human form. This public house, named for the nearby statue of the same name, is notable for its highly ornate shopfront, displaying fine craftsmanship in render and carved timber. The scalloped timber frames to the ground floor windows and in the mouldings of the consoles and strongly presented pilasters are excellent examples of high-quality work. The upper floors also have decorative, although less refined, render surrounds to the openings, and the notably higher roof line adds distinction to this building.