A beautifully refurbished detached house with elegant and spacious entertaining space, which is believed to be one of the earliest built houses in St John’s Wood, in around 1815.
This grand house is accessed via a central flight of steps, flanked by railings which leads to an impressive Doric porch with fluted columns.
One of the earlier villas in this part of St John’s Wood, this house is shown on Crutchley’s map of London of 1829. This handsome Neoclassical villa was the home of Edward John Gregory RA (1850-1909), a noted late Victorian painter who was for sometime President of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours.
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