Number 10, under the original plans was a 1st Class house, but it was demolished in the 1970's and replaced with a standard brick faced dwelling.


Léon Arnoux, civil engineer, art director at pottery manufacturer, lived in Nunber 10 around 1871 and had moved down the road to Number 13 by 1891.
Born in Toulouse, France, he worked for factory at Sèvres before being persuaded to move to Minton's in 1848