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Volume 40 of The Survey of London explains that this “terrace, with return into South Audley Street, of purpose built shops and flats” was part of the late-nineteenth-century Grosvenor Estate redevelopment. Bolton used “fine quality red brick and moulded terracotta, slate roofs, in an ornate Franco-Flemish Renaissance style” and designed his "ground floor shop front with terracotta, panelled, pilasters.”
Note in both photographs the variations in chimneys, roof tops (domes and multi-facted tower roofs), bridges across recesses, and alternation of red brick and moulded terracotta surfaces.
Left: Detail of tower shown in photograph at left in the row immediately above. Right: Masks, shells, and other tile decoration over entrance to number 98.
Portraits in Rondels on upper portions of façade
Other buildings on Mount Street
- 4-5 Mount Street (Harold Ainsworth Peto and Sir Ernest George)
- Audley Mansions, 44 Mount Street (J.T. Wimperis)
- 116 Mount Street (unknown architect)
- 117-121 Mount Street (James Trant Smith)
- 125-129 Mount Street (W. H. Powell)
- Presbytery of the Immaculate Conception Church (A.E. Purdie )
- The Connaught Hotel (Lewis Isaacs and H. L. Florence)
Bradley, Simon, and Nikolaus Pevsner. London 6: Westminster. “The Buildings of England.” New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2003.
"126-33, Westminster [sic]." British Listed Buildings. Listing NGR: TQ2837880570. Web. 5 July 2011.
Last modified 29 September 2012