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Plate 72: Brook House, Park Lane

Survey of London: Volume 40, the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair, Part 2 (The Buildings). Originally published by London County Council, London, 1980.

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Brook House, Park Lane (pp. 280–2)

a. Exterior in July 1926: T.H. Wyatt, architect, 1867–9.

Figure 72a:

Brook House, Park Lane

Exterior in July 1926: T.H. Wyatt, architect, 1867–9.

Nos. 31–33 Upper Brook Street on right. All except No. 33 demolished

b. In occupation of Lord Tweedmouth in 1902, first-floor reception rooms.

Figure 72b:

Brook House, Park Lane

In occupation of Lord Tweedmouth in 1902, first-floor reception rooms.

Demolished

c. Penthouse in occupation of Lord and Lady Mountbatten in 1939, gallery and boudoir.

Figure 72c:

Brook House, Park Lane

Penthouse in occupation of Lord and Lady Mountbatten in 1939, gallery and boudoir.

Decorative paintings (now removed) by Rex Whistler

d. Penthouse in occupation of Lord and Lady Mountbatten in 1939, gallery and boudoir.

Figure 72d:

Brook House, Park Lane

Penthouse in occupation of Lord and Lady Mountbatten in 1939, gallery and boudoir.

Decorative paintings (now removed) by Rex Whistler