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I was altered and enlarged in 1900 by (Sir) Aston Webb, who lived there from 1890 until his death in 1930.
Building begun by David Allan Ramsay under contract of 1853 with C.
Probably designed by either Jay or Charles Stewart Duncan.
Built under contract by John Jay of London Wall, builder, for Mark Markwick of Worthing, esquire, in conjunction with John Duncan, solicitor, 1841–2.
11 and 13 were formerly occupied by Sir Edmund Davis, a South African millionaire, for whom several rooms were decorated and furnished by Frank Brangwyn around.
Ladbroke to Richard Roy, solicitor, to William Reynolds, builder, 1843–5.
Many houses are not included owing to lack of evidence.
The chief source is the Middlesex Land Register in the Greater London Record Office at County Hall. Ladbroke to William Chadwick of Adelaide Place, City, architect, 1848.
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This free content was digitised by double rekeying and sponsored by English Heritage. Except where otherwise stated, the dates refer to the years in which the leases were granted: these are not always the date of actual building.
Lessors' and lessees' addresses are given only for those resident outside Kensington. Sixteen houses in course of erection by William Wheeler, builder, 1857. Ladbroke building agreements with William John Drew, builder, 1849–50. 7 was occupied by Sir William Crookes, the scientist, from 1880 to 1919, and is said to have been the first house in England to be lit by electricity.