Building at the corner of Cadogan Square and Milner Street
Building at the corner of Cadogan Square and Milner Street
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Building at the corner of Cadogan Square and Milner Street
62a Cadogan Square and 62b Milner Street corner building, Chelsea. Grade II listed, designed by R Norman Shaw in 1881. Five storeys plus basement and prominent gables featuring porthole windows. A large arch with small window on the Milner Street side. Cars driving in Milner Street and parked on the streets including an Austin 1100. A modern addition is a small one floor extension on fourth floor, Milner Street.
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