Crosby Hall, London
medieval London building
Wikimedia Commons category: Crosby Hall
English Crosby Hall, London
Crosby Hall is an historic building in London. The Great Hall was built in 1466 and originally stood in Bishopsgate, in the City of London, but was moved in 1910 to its present site in Cheyne Walk, Chelsea. It now forms part of a private residence.
The Great Hall, and additional work of 1910 and 1925–1926, are listed Grade II*. Although fragmentary and not on its original site, this is the only example of a medieval City merchant house surviving in London.
Source: Crosby Hall, London
English Crosby Hall
All that remains of a Tudor mansion built in the City of London. In 1910, to avoid demolition to make way for a bank, it was moved brick by brick and reassembled at Cheyne Walk. It is now a Grade II* listed building and possibly the largest private home in the capital.
Italian Crosby Hall
Quello che rimane di una villa in stile Tudor che si trovava in origine nella Città di Londra. Per evitarne la demolizione per far spazio ad una banca, nel 1910 fu spostata mattone per mattone e riassemblata qui. Oggi l'edificio fa parte della lista degli edifici storici con grado II. Probabilmente la casa privata più grande della capitale.