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This building is listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural or historic interest.

Name: No name for this Entry

List entry Number: 1379311

Location

16-23, OLD BUILDINGS

The building may lie within the boundary of more than one authority.

County District District Type Parish
Greater London AuthorityCamdenLondon Borough

National Park: Not applicable to this List entry.

Grade: I

Date first listed: 24-Oct-1951

Date of most recent amendment: Not applicable to this List entry.

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UID: 478685

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CAMDEN

TQ3181SW LINCOLN'S INN 798-1/107/1034 (South side) 24/10/51 Nos.16-23 (consec) Old Buildings

GV I

8 terraced chambers. c1524 and c1609 with later alterations. No.16: the rear of No.16 is now Nos 12 and 13 New Square (qv). c1524 with later alterations. Brown brick. 4 storeys 5 windows. Central stair turret with modern buttresses and rusticated stucco doorway with keystones and plain band above. C16 and C17 projecting chimney-stacks rising through the whole height of the building and modern, buttressed chimney turret on north-east corner. Mostly late C17 and early C18 windows with gauged brick flat arches (ground floor with segmental arches) to slightly recessed sash windows with exposed boxing and red brick dressings. Some with original glazing bars. Parapets with small pointed gables. No.17: formerly the site of the Tudor screens passage and adjoining buttery, altered 1583 when a new passage was built with chambers over it and over the old kitchen. Re-fronted and position of passageway transposed with that of door during 1930s. Multi-coloured stock brick. 4 storeys 6 windows. Rusticated stucco doorway with keys and plain band above. C20 four centred archway to passageway with moulded brick architrave and Lombard frieze. Brick stack rising the whole height of the building. Mostly C18 sash windows with segmental arches and exposed boxing. Some early C19 tripartite windows. Plain band at 3rd floor level. Parapet. No.18: c1524 with later alterations. Brown brick to ground and 1st floor. 2nd and 3rd floors of jettied, half timbered construction with cement rendering. Rendered parapet with moulded band below and at 3rd floor level. 4 storeys 3 windows. Rusticated stucco doorway with keys and plain band above. C18 sash windows with architraves to ground, 2nd and 3rd floor. Rear elevation to Hale Court jettied at 3rd floor level and cement rendered. No.19: c1524 with later alterations. Brown brick. 4 storeys. 2 windows, including 1 in octagonal stair turret. Rusticated stucco doorway with keys and plain band above. Ground floor of turret cement rendered. Mostly early C18 windows with gauged brick segmental arches to slightly recessed sashes with exposed boxing. Parapet, that of turret rebuilt with string below. No.20: c1524, formerly the Tudor kitchen range. Altered 1583 when chambers were built over the old kitchens. Only the



staircase turret with entrance and a 1 window return bay are in the corner of Old Square. South elevation of 6 windows to Hale Court now partly obscured by a C20 building. Brown brick. Staircase turret with rusticated stucco doorway with keys and plain band above. On 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors square-headed 2-light windows with stone dressings. Plain bands below the parapet and at 4th floor level. Return bay with segmental-arched windows with flush frames. Nos 21, 22 & 23: c1609 with later alterations. Brown brick with tile roofs. 4 storeys. No.21, 2 windows; No.22, 3 windows; No.23, 5 windows. No.21 with corner staircase turret with entrance, matched by (rebuilt) turret of No.24. Rusticated stucco doorways with keys and plain band above. Mostly early C18 windows with gauged red brick segmental arches and dressings to slightly recessed sashes with exposed boxing. Turret with 3 square-headed 2-light windows with stone dressings, 3 small square-headed windows and 2 slits. Plain band below parapet. Parapets with small pointed gables. INTERIORS: not inspected but No.20 noted to contain the blocked-up remains of the Tudor kitchen fireplaces and ovens. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: attached cast-iron railings with pineapple finials.



Listing NGR: TQ3104181371

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National Grid Reference: TQ 31041 81371

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