The Waterhouse

A row of four fine late 18th Century, Grade II listed, town houses are located on the corner of Princess Street and Cooper Street.  They were numbers 65 to 71 Princess Street.  By the time the 1886 map of this area was drawn (my version of it seen below) the houses had already been converted into offices and a shop and the basements were being used as a warehouse.

Today three of those houses have been transformed into a Wetherspoon's pub called The Waterhouse.  The pub is named after Alfred Waterhouse, the architect of the Town Hall that stands across the street.

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