A 17th Century row with additions up to the 19th Century and five small gables to the street, these properties, like the three preceding, were restored during a major and highly successful period of co-operation with the City Council. They were bought by the Council from a bank which had taken possession, and sold on to the Trust, with the completed project providing two flats over a shop unit and a house at the rear.

The complex was christened Barnes Yard after a former group of properties of that name, long demolished, which adjoined the house and courtyard. The shop unit is retained and let by the Trust, and the flats and house were all sold after work was completed on 125-year leases.