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Lansdowne Club in February 2014. The blue plaque left of the entrance says: Harry Gordon Selfridge (1858-1947), department store magnate, lived here 1921-1929.

Lansdowne Club in February 2014. The blue plaque left of the entrance says: Harry Gordon Selfridge (1858-1947), department store magnate, lived here 1921-1929.

21. February 2014
Lansdowne Club building on Fitzmaurice Place in Mayfair, London W1.

Lansdowne Club building on Fitzmaurice Place in Mayfair, London W1.

21. February 2014

Lansdowne Club

Address:
9 Fitzmaurice Place, London W1J 5JD
Type:
Commercial
Completion:
18th century
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Description of Lansdowne Club

Lansdowne Club is a Grade II* listed building on Fitzmaurice Place next to Berkeley Square in Mayfair, London W1.

The building was originally called Shelburne, later Lansdowne House.

The closest underground station is Green Park.

1783 - Designed by Robert Adam and built in 1783 for Marquess of Bute, the incumbent Prime Minister.

1765 - The building is sold to Earl of Shelburne, later Lord Lansdowne.

1921-1929 - The building was leased to Harry Gordon Selfridge.

The blue plaque on the building says:
Harry Gordon Selfridge (1858-1947), department store magnate, lived here 1921-1929.

1929 - sold to the Bruton Club.

1st of May 1935 - Landsdowne Club opens.

Source:
- Landsdowne Club www.landsdowneclub.com

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Lansdowne Club building on Fitzmaurice Place in London W1 - new on Buildington!

21/02/2014 20:30 by Buildington

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