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Description: 143 and 144, Fleet Street Ec4
Date Listed: 10 November 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 199468
OS Grid Reference: TQ3144581190
OS Grid Coordinates: 531445, 181190
Latitude/Longitude: 51.5144, -0.1071
FLEET STREET EC4
Nos 143 and 144
TQ 3181 SW 7/84
Late C19; elaborate carved stone gothic facade; 2 gabled bays; 4 storeys and roof
storey; the ground floor with modern shopfronts within and partly concealing original
stone surround with zigzag and prism and rope mouldings. A pair of canted oriels
of shallow projection occupy almost the whole width of the facade, rising through
1st, 2nd and 3rd floors, containing at each level paired stone mullioned sash windows
With elaborately traceried heads; traceried panels to the blind returns and window
aprons and pierced tracery to the oriel parapets; the party divisions emphasized
by rope moulded shafts rising through the 3 upper storeys. In a hooded niche at
1st floor level between the oriels a statue of Mary, Queen of Scots. Finely shaped,
pierced and ornamented bargeboards to the twin gables. Tiled roof with iron cresting.
Prominent stone party stacks with relief carving and moulded caps.
Listing NGR: TQ3144581193
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Source: English Heritage
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