Survey of London: volume 2: Chelsea, pt I
Walter H. Godfrey
'Paradise Row, south side: No. 73 Royal Hospital Road', Survey of London: volume 2: Chelsea, pt I (1909), pp. 10. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74498 Date accessed: 27 November 2014.
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IV.—No. 73 ROYAL HOSPITAL ROAD
(FORMERLY PARADISE ROW).
In the committee's ms. collection is—
Passing Tite Street and going west from Gough House we come to
Paradise Walk, formerly called Bull Walk, leading from the south side of Paradise Row towards the river. The houses west of this, Nos. 74–71, are built
flush with the road and belong to the early part of the last century.
No. 73 is interesting because it still possesses a curved shop front of the
familiar type that is characteristic of the end of the 18th century, although
this particular example scarcely dates back so far.
The projecting window is surmounted by a cornice, with minute and
delicate mouldings, which follows the curve and extends over the doorway. The
shop front is not carried down to the ground, but projects over the footway,
the window board being some three feet high.
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