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25 and 27, Crosby Row

A Grade II Listed Building in Southwark, London

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Latitude: 51.5015 / 51°30'5"N

Longitude: -0.0892 / 0°5'21"W

OS Eastings: 532722

OS Northings: 179798

OS Grid: TQ327797

Mapcode National: GBR SH.3X

Mapcode Global: VHGR0.DJP8

Entry Name: 25 and 27, Crosby Row

Listing Date: 12 February 2004

Grade: II

Source: Historic England

Source ID: 1390784

English Heritage Legacy ID: 491612

Location: Southwark, London, SE1

County: London

District: Southwark

Electoral Ward/Division: Chaucer

Built-Up Area: Southwark

Traditional County: Surrey

Lieutenancy Area (Ceremonial County): Greater London

Church of England Parish: St Saviour with All Hallows Southwark

Church of England Diocese: Southwark

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Listing Text

636-1/0/10052 CROSBY ROW
12-FEB-04 25 AND 27

Pair of town houses, part of a terrace. Circa 1770-80, refenestrated in mid C19. Constructed of brick in Flemish bond with parapeted roof with slate roof visible to no 27. Three storeys, two windows to each property. No 25 has all ground floor windows flat-arched, all upper floor windows camber arched, all lintels of gauged brick and plinth of stucco. It also has a four-panelled door of late C18 or early C19 design, the entrance with an architrave and topped by a cornice supported by a pair of console brtackets. The ground floor window is larger and not on axis with the upper floor windows. No 27 is similar except for the ground floor which has a complete mid C19 shop front with entablature, fascia with label stops at party walls bearing fox heads, original shop window sashes, double doors to centre and single door at right party walls on line with the original entrance hall.
INTERIOR: No 27 retains to rear right a full-height stair well with dogleg stair, newel in the form of Ionic columns, plain balusters and thick handrail to the lower stages. Panelling to the lower stairwell of late C18 or early C19 date.
HISTORY: These buildings do not appear on Rocque's map of c1761. Based on the surviviing windows with nearly flush sash boxes a date of 1770-80 seems most likely.

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