January 2012

January 2012
Entrance to 47 Park Lane

Entrance to 47 Park Lane

July 2011
46 Park Lane former entrance.

46 Park Lane former entrance.

July 2011
Stanhope House at 46-47 Park Lane

Stanhope House at 46-47 Park Lane

January 2012

Stanhope House

Address:
46-47 Park Lane, London W1K 1PW
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
1901
Offices:
1
Viewed:
11336

Description of Stanhope House

Stanhope House is a Grade II listed building in Mayfair, London W1.

Originally built for the soap manufacturer Mr. R. W. Hudson. The Gothic-style building designed by Romaine Walker and Besant is decorated with heraldic shields and gargoyles.

The building on the corner of Deanery Street and Stanhope Gate is facing Park Lane and Hyde Park. Adjacent to 9 Stanhope Gate and 49 Park Lane & 6-7 Tilney Street buildings.

Entrance to the building is from Deanery Street, just a few steps from the main entrance of The Dorchester Hotel.

The nearest tube stations:
- Hyde Park Corner 450m
- Green Park 700m
- Marble arch 700m

References:
1. Historic England List Entry Number: 1266094.
2. Mayfair: a town within London; A. S. Barnes, 1967 .

Connected Companies

Commercial Leasing:

Transport

The nearest tube, train and bus stations.
Hyde Park Corner Underground Station
Piccadilly
London Hilton Hotel - 1 min. walking / 33 metres
137, 23, 414, 74, N137, N74, 13, 148, 16, 2, 36, 390, 6, N16, N2

News: (1)

New in Buildington! Stanhope House is a Grade II listed building designed by Romaine Walker and Besant.

29/07/2011 15:17 by Buildington

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