Audley House, Westminster, London

J.W. Simpson and M. Ayrton
Date Built
Margaret Street & Great Titchfield Street
Audley House, on the corner of Margaret Street and Great Titchfield Street in Westminster, is a Grade II Listed block of flats.  It is constructed of red brick with ashlar stone dressings.  The listing notes describe it as Free Style Tudor composed of,"... 5 storeys, basement, attics and part mansard. 15 bays wide including oriel corner turret to Great Titchfield Street. Recessed, stone dressed flat arched doorways to centre of each front .... The gable end to Great Titchfield Street has cornice returned "behind" the corner oriel turrets; central 1st floor semicircular arched and eared architraved windows giving on to balcony and corbelled out chimney stack rising through the shaped gable. A short screen wall with gateway separating the gable end from adjacent block allows fine views of All Saints tower. Arts and Crafts ironwork to area railings.

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