DERBYSHIRE HERITAGE Derbyshire Peak District - higger-tor

Ashbourne Pegg's almshouses
Ashbourne peggs alms houses
Founded 1669 and erected shortly afterwards. Ashlar. A single storey range
at right angles to street. Coupled 2-light mullioned windows throughout. Ledged
doors in chamfered 4-centred arches. Stone gabled ends, that facing street has large armorial and inscribed panels with prolix Latin inscriptions. Modern or
restored clustered stone stacks. Detached range of outbuildings opposite latrines etc erected 1848 in a similar style. Old tiles.
Ashbourne Pegg's almshouses
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