Grade II* listed 92-96 Portland Place.

Grade II* listed 92-96 Portland Place.

9.06.2012
Surgeon Joseph Lister's (1827–1912) bust (by Sir Thomas Brock 1922) in front of 92-96 Portland Place.

Surgeon Joseph Lister's (1827–1912) bust (by Sir Thomas Brock 1922) in front of 92-96 Portland Place.

9.06.2012

92-96 Portland Place

Address:
92-96 Portland Place, London W1B 1NZ
Type:
Mixed use
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Description of 92-96 Portland Place

92-96 Portland Place is a Grade II* listed building in London W1.

There is a modern building behind the original facade.

The town houses were built in 1776-c.1780 by James Adam as a speculative development with his brothers and John Elwes on a Portland Estate lease.

References:
1. Historic England List entry Number: 1265548 listed 5.02.1970 historicengland.co.uk

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Transport

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

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