Lansdowne House

About Lansdowne House

Lansdowne House is a building to the southwest of Berkeley Square in central London, England, much of which is now demolished. It has been owned by three British Prime Ministers and some of its 18th-century interiors, among the best in London, were removed and re-erected elsewhere. The remaining part was granted Grade II* Listed Building status in 1970.HistoryIt was designed by Robert Adam as a private house for John Stuart, 3rd Earl of Bute but in 1763 he sold it unfinished to William Petty, ...

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9 Fitzmaurice Place
Mayfair, City of London, London

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