Belgravia House , London
It was constructed using Portland stone and finely finished with a white stucco-rendered façade to designs by Thomas Cubitt and his architect, George Basevi Jnr. The building is approached by a number of steps leading to a portico- styled entrance. The building is arranged over 6 floors (served by a lift) and includes a two storey mews house to the rear in Belgrave Mews West.
It features a magnificent drawing room on the first floor, which enjoys views over one of the most beautiful garden squares in London.
The building is full of character and clearly one of both Cubitt’s and Basevi’s greatest designs.