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Plate 51: Mews houses and conversions

Survey of London: Volume 39, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 1 (General History). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1977.

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Mews Houses and Conversions

a. Nos. 21–25 (odd) Culross Street (left to right), fronts in 1976.

Figure 51a: Mews houses and conversions Nos. 21–25 (odd) Culross Street (left to right), fronts in 1976.

No. 25 by Ernest Cole, 1929

b. Broadbent Street (formerly Little Grosvenor Street), elevations by Etchells and Pringle for proposed conversion of shops, 1927.

Figure 51b: Mews houses and conversions Broadbent Street (formerly Little Grosvenor Street), elevations by Etchells and Pringle for proposed conversion of shops, 1927.

Not executed

c. Wren House, Nos. 12 and 14 Mount Row, in 1968.

Figure 51c: Mews houses and conversions Wren House, Nos. 12 and 14 Mount Row, in 1968.

T. P. Bennett, architect, 1926–7

d. Tudor House, Nos. 6–10 (even) Mount Row, in 1968.

Figure 51d: Mews houses and conversions Tudor House, Nos. 6–10 (even) Mount Row, in 1968.

Frederick Etchells, architect, 1929–31