Description of 37 Soho Square
37 Soho Square is a corner terraced house dating from 1766, with 19th-century additions, of load bearing masonry construction faced in reddened brick.
2013 Summer - newly refurbished 5 apartments are completed. Available through EA Shaw. Prices from £1,850,000.
The redevelopment designed by Falconer Chester Hall included four 1,850sqft 3-bedroom apartments at upper levels, a 1,600sqft 2-bedroom duplex apartment at ground and basement level, and a 950 sq ft commercial unit with access onto Soho Square at ground level. The project involved the addition of a new 3-storey rear extension, single storey rooftop extension and the creation of new basement spaces.
The old building had four storeys, with three bays to Soho Square and a five bay return to Carlisle Street, the central bay of which is canted to all storeys. At ground floor level on the Soho Square elevation is a fine 19th-century front with four Doric columns, between 20th-century windows, supporting entablature. The upper floors have recessed 19th-century sash windows in stuccoed architraves, some with bracketed hoods, and there is a brick string course just above first floor windows. The parapet to the Soho Square elevation has stucco balustrades. The Carlisle Street elevation features the entrance door, with pediment and fanlight, to the right of the canted bay. The first return bay has recessed blind windows, and others to all floors are timber recessed sashes under architraves.
The interior retains some 18th-century features, including a stone staircase with scroll balustrade, cornices and chimneypieces, and incomplete Rococo plasterwork. There are also 19th- century door cases and chimneypieces. Basemented areas are likely to contain plainer finishes. 
1. Falconer Chester Hall fcharchitects.com
2. Crossrail Limited, Method Statement for fixing internal monitoring to listed buildings at Tottenham Court Road Station.