The Counting House; an ornate pub in former banking hall with island bar, glass-domed ceiling and sweeping staircase.
Location: London (City Of London)
The Counting House was designed by H.C. Boyes and built in 1893 as Prescott’s Bank. 50 Cornhill stands on the site of the former bank of Dimsdale, Fowler and Company.
The building’s foundations sit partially on the north sleeper wall of an approximately 2000 year-old Roman basilica.
Today, this magnificent building is a Fuller’s Ale & Pie House, with much of the old attraction of the banking hall still on display.
In actual fact, in 1998, when The Counting House opened, the venue was presented with the City Heritage Award for their sensitive refurbishment of the building.
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