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
60 Cadogan Square, Chelsea, on corner with Milner Street opposite Cadogan Square gardens. Brick building, four-storey, and attic with Dutch gables and basement. Iron railings and balconies. Some decoration in ground-floor window arches on Cadogan Square side and stone balustrades in front of ground floor arches in Milner Street by the entrance. Grade II listed, designed by R Norman Shaw in 1880s. Five cars can be seen in the street. No visible changes to present building except replacement window panes.
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