© Mr David March
127 AND 129 HIGH HOLBORN (north side)
CAMDEN TOWN, CAMDEN, GREATER LONDON
Mr David March
08 August 2004
14 May 1974
Date of last amendment:
14 May 1974
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TQ3081NW HIGH HOLBORN
798-1/100/830 (North side)
14/05/74 Nos.127 AND 129
Office block, now a bank. c1904. By H Percy Adams and Charles
Holden. Portland stone with granite ground floor. 4 storeys
and attic. 4 bays to High Holborn, splayed corner, 4 bay
return to Southampton Place. Free Classical manner with
rusticated pilasters between bays carrying sill string at 3rd
floor level. Round-arched entrance on corner with bracketed
stone balcony above. Architraved windows, those on 1st floor
with broken cornices alternating with Venetian style.
Bracketed cornice, above which attic. Corner surmounted by a
turret. INTERIOR: not inspected.