Building in Westbourne Terrace
Building in Westbourne Terrace
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Building in Westbourne Terrace
A view of the rear elevation of an office building at 121-141 Westbourne Terrace, Paddington. The name of advertising agency Crawfords appears over the entrance, at the northern end of the block. Doric columns support a porch. A Victorian terrace of 10 houses was converted into a hotel and later to offices, retaining the original appearance. Dating from the 1840s and probably by William King and William Kingdom, the Dorland Hotel, formerly 121-141 (odd) Westbourne Terrace, was Grade II listed in 1970; listing number 1357362.
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