Interior of Olympic House in Newington Green
Interior of Olympic House in Newington Green
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Interior of Olympic House in Newington Green
The landing and first-floor staircase of Olympic House, 42 Newington Green, Stoke Newington, also known as Holland House. Carving in the house was attributed to the master carver Grinling Gibbons. This three-storey William and Mary house, built on the junction with Albion Road c1700, was demolished in 1961 and its site redeveloped in 1999 as an elliptical seven-storey block of flats and ground-floor restaurant. The original eighteenth-century iron gateway and railings survive nearby. They are Grade II listed; listing number 1264879.
1942
London Metropolitan Archives
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- Updated 2010 10 28
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