Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1113015

Date first listed: 11-Jan-1999

Statutory Address: 12, FLITCROFT STREET


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Statutory Address: 12, FLITCROFT STREET

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

County: Greater London Authority

District: Camden (London Borough)

National Grid Reference: TQ 29906 81207


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TQ2981SE FLITCROFT STREET 798-1/104/483 (North side) No.12


Warehouse, now open-plan offices. Dated 1878 on gable plaque. For William Addis. Yellow stock brick. Pantiled roof. 4 storeys 8 bays. Entrance to right in red rubbed brick archway on small column corbels; keystone inscribed WA. C20 glazing to entrance. From the arch 2 brick pilasters with stone capitals supporting a round-arched head flank part-glazed doors. To left, a cast-iron hoist bracket. Small gable over this bay with date-stone. Left hand bays of gauged brick segmental-arched windows to each floor, the bays articulated by brick pilaster strips. Parapet. INTERIOR: has softwood flitch beams supported on cast-iron columns to ground and 1st floor. King post trusses of timber with cast-iron king posts. Some original features remain, eg. slots for drive belts. c1930s stair. HISTORICAL NOTE: William Addis was a firm of wholesale ironmongers. Following the 2nd World War it was used as a warehouse by Crosse and Blackwell. No.12 is an unusual survival of a warehouse in this part of London and forms a group with a further warehouse, No.6 Flitcroft Street, (qv).

Listing NGR: TQ2990681207


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Legacy System number: 477341

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