Sir George Elliott, 1st bt. MHI’s steam devices provide high scalability, reliability, and versatility. Like those on the site of Aldford House, these were built in the early ‘s, following an agreement of with Thomas Skeat, bricklayer, and Richard Teage, carpenter; fn. Papworth designed alterations to convert the attic into a picture gallery in The ground storey is of Portland stone, the upper parts of red Daneshill bricks with delicate blue diapering.
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Lord Morpeth, later 9th Earl of Carlisle, — The continuity is expressed in the even fenestration, uniform detailing, and the unbroken cornice; while diffnce break in the mansard roof, the bridged gap at second-and third-floor levels and the change from Portland stone to red brick between Nos.
During prolonged negotiations, Detmar Blow for the first time intervened unexpectedly in the architectural business of the estate, and Wimperis expressed further doubts ‘as to Mr. Park Street and Culross Street: When the lease expired in nothing could be done because of the war, and afterwards planning permission for the completion of Grosvenor House and demolition of No.
Here the original takers dropped out and building was eventually begun in by W.
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Seven houses were erected here under an agreement made in with Roger Blagrave, carpenter. Like those on the site of Aldford House, these were built in the early ‘s, following an agreement of with Thomas Skeat, bricklayer, and Richard Teage, carpenter; fn.
Lady Frances Harpur, wid. John Ward, later 2nd Viscount Dudley and Ward, —4. Munro, art collector, — c. Lady Almeria Carpenter, da.
The side elevations to Upper Dlfrnce Street and Culross Street are less formal but incorporate modest projections. Williams to produce plans. Much later, in —21, a short-lived but interesting rebuilding took place at the southern end.
Sir George William Elliott, later 2nd bt. The stables were approached through an arched passageway from Park Street, and m1p850 and south of this Morris organized the building of difdnce houses with approximately eighteenfoot frontages. High Quality Steam quality of steam is an industry-used technical phrase that indicates water content in steam. The device offers standard high temperature cleaning steam, as well as high temperature non-condensing steam, often ideal for many levels of cleaning.
This long range was designed by Wimperis and Simpson inbut partly because of the intervention of the war of —18 its building history was long and complicated and the last houses were not finished until Former houses on the site of Fountain House Plate 73d.
The later history of the site of these houses is described under Park Lane on pages —8. Originally George Trollope and Sons agreed to take all of the sites northward of No. Did you know one can now use steam to K i. Papworth designed alterations to convert the attic into a picture gallery in One of the more notable occupants was the art collector, H. Robert Ferguson, physician-accoucheur to Queen Victoria, — The six houses which fronted only upon Park Street were numbered 15—25 odd fromand mostly had bowed backs to the park.
The materials are red bricks with copious stone dressings. Lord Robert Spencer, M. The combination of big segmental pediments and a steep slated mansard roof recalls Laurids Thurah’s royal hunting lodge of c.
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Between these last ten houses and the corner house in Upper Grosvenor Street the frontage remained virtually undeveloped until —90 when a large house with its own stabling and garden was built here by Lady Frances Harpur, the recently-bereaved widow of Sir Henry Harpur of Calke Abbey in Derbyshire.
Former houses on the site of Grosvenor House.
Sir Robert Lawley, 6th bt. This was allowed, but Edmund Wimperis, the estate surveyor, was disposed to criticize the first design of Heath’s architect, George Crawley, thinking the elevations ‘a mixture of Mr. Eliot Thomas Yorke, M.