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St Stephen, Pond Street

St Stephen, Pond Street, London NW3 2PP View on map

Grade I listed and situated on a landmark site at the meeting of Rosslyn hill and Pond Street. Built 1869 - 71 in early French Gothic style and one of the last surviving works of Samuel Sanders Teulon. Made redundant in 1977 and remained empty until 2002. Restored to open as a local community asset for educational, arts and social purposes.

Contact

Opening Arrangements

26th February 12pm - 6pm; 9th April 12pm - 6pm; 14th May 2pm - 5pm; 10th June 11am - 4pm; 9th July 2pm - 5pm; 17th September 2pm - 5pm; 1st October 12pm - 6pm; 19th November 2pm - 5pm; 10th December 12pm - 6pm. See website (http://www.ststephenstrust.co.uk) for further details. Please call to check in advance for confirmation of these dates on 020 7433 1272. At other times by arrangement. Also open evenings and weekends for private hire and public events, see website for details

Directions

Entrance at the junction of Pond Street and Rosslyn Hill. Underground: Belsize Park (Northern Line -Edgware Branch). Overground: Hampstead Heath Station (Silverlink). Bus: routes C11, 46, 168 and 268.

Parking Spaces

0

Some pay and display parking bays nearby.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: Yes
  • Assistance dogs: Yes