Shelley House is a Grade II listed house at 1-2 Chelsea Embankment in Chelsea, London SW3.
Townhouse built in 1912 to designs by Edward Prioleau Warren for Charles St John Hornby.
The original Shelley House on this site was built in 1878 for Sir Percy Florence Shelley, Third Baronet of Castle Goring (1819-1889), the only surviving son of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelley. That house was designed by the architect, Joseph Peacock (1821-1893).
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