The Queens, Crouch End

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The Queens, Crouch End
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The Queens
The Queens is located in London Borough of Haringey
The Queens
The Queens
The Queens is located in Greater London
The Queens
The Queens
General information
AddressElder Avenue and Tottenham Lane in Crouch End
Town or cityLondon
Coordinates51°34′50″N 0°07′21″W / 51.580513°N 0.122470°W / 51.580513; -0.122470Coordinates: 51°34′50″N 0°07′21″W / 51.580513°N 0.122470°W / 51.580513; -0.122470
Listed Building – Grade II
Official nameThe Queens, Crouch End
Designated23 November 1973
Reference no.1079170

The Queens is a grade II* listed public house and former hotel on the corner of Elder Avenue and Tottenham Lane in Crouch End, London.[1]


It was originally built as The Queen's Hotel by the architect and developer John Cathles Hill in 1898-1902,[2] or 1899–1901,[1] with art nouveau stained glass by Cakebread Robey.[2] It was described in Pevsner as "one of suburban London's outstanding grand pubs".[2]

It was accompanied by the Queen's Opera House which was opened in 1897 but damaged by bombing during the Second World War and subsequently demolished. It stood behind Topsfield Parade opposite the hotel.[2]


See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b Historic England. "The Queens public house (1079170)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 3 April 2015.
  2. ^ a b c d Pevsner, Nikolaus & Bridget Cherry. (2002). The Buildings of England: London 4 North. New Haven & London: Yale University Press. p. 559. ISBN 0300096534.

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