Nos. 8-12, Cheyne Row

Survey of London: Volume 4, Chelsea, Pt II. Originally published by London County Council, London, 1913.

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'Nos. 8-12, Cheyne Row', in Survey of London: Volume 4, Chelsea, Pt II, (London, 1913) pp. 60. British History Online [accessed 22 April 2024]

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XCIX.—CI.—Nos. 8, 10, 12, CHEYNE ROW.

Ground landlord, leaseholders, etc.

The property belongs to Earl Cadogan, the present tenants being, No. 8, unoccupied; No. 10, Miss Dawson; No. 12, unoccupied.

General description and date of structure.

These three houses appear from the character of their brickwork, etc., to date from the latter part of the 18th century, and occupy part of the garden of the Three Tuns, Cheyne Walk. They scarcely warrant detailed description. No. 8 is apparently the oldest of the three, and originally had a gable towards the street. It will be noticed there is still only one window on the second floor, in the centre of its plastered front. Its ground floor is converted into a small shop.

Condition of repair.

The houses are in good repair.

In the Council's ms. collection is:—

(fn. 1) View of Nos. 8 to 12, Cheyne Row (photograph).


  • 1. Reproduced here.