Alternative Names The Roundhouse
Location 250 yards north east of Lane Farm, Bar Road, Curbar
Map location in the vicinity
Year opened 1780
Year closed Unknown
Century of Operation 1700-1799
Building Type Lock-Up
Remarks Grade II listed. Situated in a private garden but visible from public footpath. Possibly also used as a pest house and later converted into a dwelling
'Lock-Up 250 yards north east of Lane Farm (Formerly Listed as Round House Building) II Lock-up. Late C18. Coursed rubble gritstone with a conical roof of stepped squared masonry on a square ground floor base. Single bay, two storeys, with a plain doorway with massive surround to the south west elevation. South east elevation has stacked square window openings with plain surrounds. North east elevation has external ashlar stack with stone chimney pot.'
Historic England, National Heritage List for England, 'Lock-Up 250 Yards North East of Lane Farm', Curbar, LEN1088216
'built around 1780, with an unusual conical-shaped roof.' 'It has just two rooms one up one down.' 'One local tradition says that was used as a pest house.'
Derbyshire Heritage, 'Curbar Lock-Up'
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