1-4 Holborn Bars, Staple Inn Places Nearby

Number 4 5 and 6 and Attached Pump

3 terraced chambers formed by the rear of Nos 337 and 338 High Holborn and Nos 1-4 Holborn Bars (qv). They form the north side of a courtyard. cl586 but altered in C18 and refaced in brick 1826.

Number 7 and 8

2 terraced chambers forming the eastern side of a courtyard. 1731-34, restored late C19. Due to war damage, rebuilt externally in facsimile c1955 by Edward Maufe.

337 and 338, High Holborn

Two chambers and later shop. The rear of these buildings forms No.4 Staple Inn (qv). c1586 for Vincent Engham, Principal of the Inn.

Staple Inn Buildings N and S

Offices. c1903 with later shop, by Alfred Waterhouse. Red brick with terracotta dressings and granite faced ground floor.

The Institute of Actuaries

3 terraced chambers forming the western side of a courtyard; No.2 with a return to the garden. 1757-59, restored late C19. Due to war damage, rebuilt externally in facsimile c1955 by Edward Maufe.

9 and 10, Staple Inn

2 terraced chambers, No.9 forming a part of the south side of a courtyard with an arched passage through to gardens and No.10. No.9, 1729; No.10, 1747. Both restored late C19 and, due to war damage, rebuilt externally in facsimile c1955 by Edward Maufe.

The Hall

Banqueting hall forming part of the south side of a courtyard. 1581 by for Richard Champion, principal of the Inn. Destroyed during Second World War and rebuilt in facsimile c1955 by Edward Maufe.

Number 14

Terraced house. cl720. Brown brick with red brick dressings.

Number 16

Terraced house. cl720, refronted early Cl9. Yellow stock brick.