St Pancras Lock House

St Pancras N1C
C3
Residential

Key Details

Address
Camley Street, London N1C 4PN
Completion
1898
Use Classes
C3
Website

Overview

St Pancras Lock House is a 3-bedroom grade II listed former lock house on Regent's Canal in London N1.

St Pancras lock keeper's cottage was originally designed as a pumping house in 1898 by Sir John Wolfe Barry.

It was converted to a residence in 1926.

Historic England List Entry Number: 1272512. Date first listed: 14.05.1974

Site & Location

Accessed from Camley Street, the house sits on the Regent's Canal. Across the canal from The Gasholders.

Team

Company
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Year
Auctioneers
2021

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