Number 13 was described in auction notes from 1862, as 'delightfully situate upon the eminence', which we now call the Terrace and is 1st Class.


Léon Arnoux, civil engineer, art director at pottery manufacturer, lived in Number 13 around 1891. Born in Toulouse, France, he worked for factory at Sèvres before being persuaded to move to Minton's in 1848