Survey Data

Reg No




Categories of Special Interest

Architectural Artistic

Original Use


In Use As



1810 - 1830


315225, 235216

Date Recorded


Date Updated



Terraced two-bay three-storey over basement house, built c.1820. M-profile pitched roof, hipped to south-east to front (south-west), hidden behind raised yellow brick parapet with granite coping, having cast-iron rainwater goods and yellow brick and rendered chimneystacks with clay chimney pots. Yellow brick, laid in Flemish bond, with painted granite string course over rendered wall to basement, to front. Lined-and-ruled rendered walls to south-east elevation. Square-headed window openings to front having painted sills and replacement uPVC windows. Round-headed door opening having painted render reveal, painted pilasters supporting spoked fanlight over timber panelled door, granite step and granite platform with cast-iron bootscrape, flanked by wrought-iron railings enclosing basement area to front.


Due to its substantial form and scale, this elegantly-composed house makes a strong impression on the streetscape. The decreasing scale of fenestration provides a sense of order, and emphasises the importance of the reception rooms on the lower floors. Its carved doorcase with an elegant fanlight add artistic interest, providing a focal point on the fa├žade. Palmerston Place began to be developed following the establishment of the terminus of the Midland Great Western Railway terminus at Broadstone in 1845, on land owned by the Palmerston family, while Middle Mountjoy Street predated this.