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2 and 3, Essex Court Ec4

A Grade I Listed Building in Farringdon Without, London

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Coordinates

Latitude: 51.5128 / 51°30'46"N

Longitude: -0.1121 / 0°6'43"W

OS Eastings: 531104

OS Northings: 181011

OS Grid: TQ311810

Mapcode National: GBR LC.ZW

Mapcode Global: VHGR0.07MM

Entry Name: 2 and 3, Essex Court Ec4

Listing Date: 4 January 1950

Grade: I

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1359199

English Heritage Legacy ID: 199626

Location: City of London, London, EC4Y

County: London

District: City and County of the City of London

Electoral Ward/Division: Farringdon Without

Built-Up Area: City of London

Traditional County: Middlesex

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): City of London

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Listing Text

MIDDLE TEMPLE EC4
1.
5002 Essex Court
(West Side)
Nos 2 and 3
TQ 3181 SW 7/96
TQ 3180 NW 13/96 4.1.50.
I GV

2.
Dated 1677. Built by Nicholas Barbon, 4 storeys. Red brick with Portland stone
dressings. Wooden eaves-cornice to tiled roof. 2 doorways with cornice supported
on brackets. Round arched passageway with dated tablets above at either end.


Listing NGR: TQ3110281012

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