Ostler's Hut, Lincoln's Inn

It’s hidden away among the courts and squares of Lincoln’s Inn — the legal enclave beside Chancery Lane.

It’s known as the Ostler’s Hut and is commonly cited as the smallest listed building in London. It was built in 1860, as a resting place for the ostler — the man charged with looking after the horses of those visiting Lincoln’s Inn.

The building is Grade II listed and recently refurbished and returned to its original glory. Fairhurst carefully investigated the existing structure and detailed repairs to the timber and brickwork as part of the refurbishment.



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