No. 3 Audley Square during the construction of the neighbouring 5 Audley Square development

No. 3 Audley Square during the construction of the neighbouring 5 Audley Square development

7.7.2017
Audley House at 3 Audley Square in Mayfair, London W1

Audley House at 3 Audley Square in Mayfair, London W1

6th May 2013

Audley House

Address:
3 Audley Square, London W1K 1DP
Type:
Residential
Completion:
1780
Viewed:
1950

Description of Audley House

Audley House is a Grade II listed terraced town house on Audley Square in Mayfair, London W1.

The 3-storey Georgian house with a basement was built in 1780.

According to The Buildings of England, the building was built in 1749-1751 as the house was assigned to the first residents in 1751 by the builders of the property Roger Blagrave, carpenter and Thomas Skeat, bricklayer.

The building was severely damaged by a bomb in the Second World War.

References:
1. The Buildings of England, London 6: Westminster (2003), p.572. Simon Bradley and Nikolaus Pevsner via Heritage Statement by KM Heritage westminster.gov.uk Planning Application Westminster Council ref no 16/08044/FULL.

Connected Companies

Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Hyde Park Corner Underground Station
Piccadilly
London Hilton Hotel
137, 23, 414, 74, N137, N74

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