A two-storey part detached property of painted rendered and brick elevations
beneath pitched tiled and flat roofs. The accommodation briefly comprises an
entrance hall leading to the open plan trading area with timber bar servery and tiled
back bar, fixed and free-standing seating, part wood panelled walls, raised stage
area, storage cupboard and inner hallways leading to Ladies & Gents W.C.s. To the
rear of the bar servery is a small kitchen and access to the basement beer cellar.
The domestic accommodation is located over the first floor, accessed via a separate
access from Loudon Street and briefly comprises: one en-suite Bedroom, plus three
other Bedrooms, two inter-connecting rooms, a domestic Kitchen, Bathroom with an
additional separate W.C. and separate Shower Room, and small office room.
To the exterior the pub has a small outdoor drinking area with a paved and covered
patio area with picnic bench seating for 8, and a small tarmac driveway proving offroad parking for one vehicle.
The total site area is approximately 0.065 acres and the ground floor footprint (GEA)
extends to approx. 2,210 sq ft. Measurements are taken from digital mapping and
The Loudon Arms is located in the Normanton area of Derby,
just off the main through-road, ‘Normanton Road’. Normanton
is an inner city suburb and ward of Derby, situated
approximately 2 miles south of the city centre. Neighbouring
suburbs include Littleover, Pear Tree, Rose Hill and Sunny Hill.
The area is characterised by high density late 19th century
terraced housing in New Normanton and mid-20th century
housing estates elsewhere. The Normanton ward had a
population of 17,071 in 2011.