Survey of London: Volume 8, Shoreditch. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1922.
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XLVI.—No. 167 SHOREDITCH HIGH STREET.
Ground landlord, leaseholder, etc.
General description and date of structure.
These premises, the site of which in pre-Reformation days was occupied by the gardens of Holywell Priory, consist of a shop with two storeys over and an attic, which is lit by a large five-light dormer window to the front. The roof is tiled. The upper portion of the staircase has moulded close strings, spiral balusters and square newel posts with moulded pendants; the whole being characteristic of the end of the 17th century.