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Plate 6: Early-Georgian exteriors

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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Early-Georgian Exteriors

a. Nos. 44–45 Upper Grosvenor Street in 1976.

Figure 6a:

Early-Georgian exteriors

Nos. 44–45 Upper Grosvenor Street in 1976.

William Draycott (esquire) lessee, 1727. ?Charles Griffith (carpenter) builder

b. Nos. 35–36 Upper Brook Street in 1958.

Figure 6b:

Early-Georgian exteriors

Nos. 35–36 Upper Brook Street in 1958.

Anthony Cross (mason) sub-lessee, 1737

c. No. 66 Brook Street in 1973. Part of No. 68 on left.

Figure 6c:

Early-Georgian exteriors

No. 66 Brook Street in 1973. Part of No. 68 on left.

Edward Shepherd lessee of both houses, 1725. Now the Grosvenor Office

d. No. 71 South Audley Street in 1933.

Figure 6d:

Early-Georgian exteriors

No. 71 South Audley Street in 1933.

Thomas Skeat (bricklayer) lessee, 1736