Survey of London: Volume 8, Shoreditch. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1922.
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XIV.–XVI.—Nos. 28, 29, and 30 HOXTON SQUARE.
General description of structure.
The exterior of these premises, which consist of two storeys and basement, is cemented over, and has plain bands at the first-floor level and over the windows. The walls at the rear are carried up with high-pitched gables and the roofs are tiled. Some of the rooms have square deal panelling and moulded cornices (Plate 64), while the staircases have turned balusters with moulded strings. That in No. 28 has spiral balusters (Plate 66).
Condition of premises.
In the Council's collection is:
(fn. 1) No. 28, details of staircase (measured drawing).