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Plate 8: 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. (above). No. 1 Grosvenor Square in 1932.

Figure 8a: Early-Georgian exteriors (above). No. 1 Grosvenor Square in 1932.

John Simmons (carpenter) lessee, 1731. Demolished

b. Nos. 70–78 (even) Park Street, c. 1730, in 1974 (No. 78 on left).

Figure 8b: Early-Georgian exteriors Nos. 70–78 (even) Park Street, c. 1730, in 1974 (No. 78 on left).

Nos. 66 and 68 (on right) rebuilt in 1845–6

c. (right). No. 53 Grosvenor Street with No. 52 (right) in c. 1809.

Figure 8c: Early-Georgian exteriors (right). No. 53 Grosvenor Street with No. 52 (right) in c. 1809.

Benjamin Timbrell (carpenter) sub-lessee of No. 52, 1724: John Neale (carpenter) sub-lessee of No. 53, 1725. No. 53 demolished

d. No. 50 Grosvenor Street in c. 1770–4.

Figure 8e: Early-Georgian exteriors No. 50 Grosvenor Street in c. 1770–4.

Charles Griffith (carpenter) lessee, 1724

e. Mount Street, west end of north side, in 1889.

Figure 8e: Early-Georgian exteriors Mount Street, west end of north side, in 1889.

Demolished