Ram's head cornice doorheads and fanlight at 43 Portland Place in London W1.

Ram's head cornice doorheads and fanlight at 43 Portland Place in London W1.

9.06.2012
Entrance to Architects Benevolent Society at 43 Portland Place in London W1.

Entrance to Architects Benevolent Society at 43 Portland Place in London W1.

9.06.2012

43 Portland Place

Address:
43 Portland Place, London W1B 1QH
Type:
Mixed use
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Description of 43 Portland Place

43 Portland Place is a Grade II* listed town house in London W1.

No. 41-47 row of town houses was built in 1776-c1780 by James Adam, as a speculative development with his brothers and John Elwes.

References:
1. Historic England List entry Number: 1265549 historicengland.org.uk; retrieved 29.07.2018.

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Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Regent's Park Underground Station
Bakerloo
Portland Place
453, 88, N18

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