4 and 5, Bell Yard

From Historic England entry:

“Classical office building. Dated 1854. 4 storeys. 3 bays wide. Stucco. The elevation is articulated by superimposed orders of pilasters each with a full entablature. The ground and 1st floors have rusticated quoins with Doric and Ionic pilasters respectively between the windows. The 2nd floor has modified Corinthian pilasters, coupled at the corners. 1st and 2nd floor windows have architrave surrounds, those to the 1st floor being pedimented. The 3rd floor is treated as an attic with a balustrade above and central pedimented cartouche containing the date. Simple entrance door with cornice. Return elevation in glazed brick, articulated with moulded panels as blind window bays. Part of the building lies within the City of London.”

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