Plaque

Church House - WC2

Inscription

This house was formerly S Michael's Vicarage. S. Michael's Church was erected in 1833 at the S. W. Corner of Burleigh and Exeter Streets.
In 1905 S. Michael's parish was united to S. Paul's Covent Garden, by an order in council, the church was taken down and the house transferred to S. Paul's parish as a clergy house.

Site: Church House - WC2 (1 memorial)

WC2, Burleigh Street, 14

2018: The Telegraph included this little gem in their Unsung buildings that bring Victorian London to life. They write: "It was built by William Butterfield, one of pioneers of polychrome brickwork, to serve as the vicarage for St Michael's church of 1831, which stood opposite and was demolished in 1906. The Vicarage lay low and was thankfully overlooked by the wrecking ball. It is now a clergy house for St Paul's in Covent Garden."

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Church House - WC2

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St Michaels Church at Burleigh and Exeter Streets

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