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Essex Street, House & grounds

Essex Street, House & grounds

Place  To 1675

Categories: Architecture, Property

The site now covered by Essex Street and Devereux Court was once Essex House and grounds, named after Robert, Earl of Essex, Queen Elizabeth's favourite, who also led a rebellion against her which ended with him besieged in this house. In 1675 Nicholas Barbon laid out Essex Street.

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Essex Street, House & grounds

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Essex Street & Essex Hall

This plaque was first erected at 7 Essex Street in 1962 and then re-erected h...

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