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Cafe Royal

Cafe Royal

The Grill Room - Restored The Cafe Royal was a restaurant and meeting place originally conceived and set up by Daniel Nicholas Thévenon, who was a French wine merchant. He...

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Artillery Lane

56 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields

Nos. 56 and 58 Artillery Lane, Spitalfields were known until 1895 as Nos. 3 and 4 Raven Row. They may have been built by Samuel Jaggard in ca.1716-1720 as a pair to replace...

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Fitzroy Square

6 Fitzroy Square, Headquarters of the Georgian Group

6 Fitzroy Square is the headquarters of The Georgian Group.  The square was designed by Robert Adam and completed by his brothers James and William. I have been a Trustee...

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1 Greek Street

1 Greek Street – The House of St Barnabas in Soho

No. 1 Greek Street is the site of St Barnabas House, which was built in 1746 as part of a speculative development and stood empty for eight years until Richard Beckford took...

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Chelsea Arts Club

Chelsea Arts Club

The Chelsea Arts Club was founded on March 21st 1891 on the suggestion of Whistler and now has 1600 painters, sculptors, architects, designers, photographers and filmmakers,...

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Cavalry and Guards Club

Cavalry and Guards Club

The Cavalry & Guards Club is a gentleman's club in Piccadilly, London. It is open to officers who had served in one of the Cavalry or Guards regiments of the British...

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Carlton Club

The Carlton Club

The Carlton Club was founded in 1832 and has occupied its present premises at 69 St James's Street since 1940.1 The existing building was designed by Thomas Hopper in 1826-27...

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Brooks' Club

Brooks’ Club

Brooks's Club is one of London's most exclusive gentleman's clubs that was founded in 1764 by 27 men, including four dukes. From its inception, it was the meeting place for...

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Boodle's

Boodle’s Club

Boodle's is a gentleman's club that was founded in 1762. It has been at 28...

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Athenaeum

Athenaeum

The site of the Athenaeum Club was over the western corner of Carlton House, home of the Prince Regent before his accession to the throne but demolished in 1826-27. I have...

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Fawley

Fawley Court

Fawley Court stands on the bank of the River Thames just north of Henley-upon-Thames. There is evidence the site has been occupied since Domesday, although building in the...

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Worksop Manor

Worksop Manor

Worksop Manor is a stately home in the Dukeries area of Nottinghamshire. A house was built in the late 16th century for the George Talbot, 6th Earl of Shrewsbury, and probably...

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Ballyfin

Ballyfin, Co Laois, Ireland

Ballyfin House was designed and built in the early 1800’s. In its present form, the main block was constructed between 1821 and 1826. It is built on the same site as an...

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Albany

Albany

Albany was built between 1770-1774 by Sir William Chambers for Viscount Melbourne, as Melbourne House. It is a three-storey mansion seven bays wide, with a pair of service...

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Archway House

Archway House, Clapham Common

The house is part of a terrace of early eighteenth century houses built by John Hutt, a carpenter, between 1714-20 on the north side of Clapham Common. Although they vary in...

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