View of Glynde Mews
View of Glynde Mews
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View of Glynde Mews
Rear view of 37 Ovington Square, Kensington, taken from Glynde Mews. Part of a Grade II listed terrace; listing number 1066551. It can be seen from the front on image number 85875. It was built by William Willmer Pocock with Samuel Archbuti Junior c1850 for Elizabeth Standerwick; also known as Baroness Von Zandt. There is an odd assortment of windows which are still there to the present day; and the addition of a new top storey where the tarpaulin is on the photo. A half-timbered Morris Minor Traveller is parked on the left and behind it on the wall is a boundary stone which reads ‘No. 39 A, S. L. C.’; representing the parliamentary boundary between Chelsea and Fulham, and Kensington. The boundary stone is still there and can be seen on the wall in Glynde Mews which has been significantly redeveloped.
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