Grosvenor Gardens Conservation Area is located adjacent to Victoria Station.
Grosvenor Gardens was set out in the 1860s by Thomas Cundy III and comprises tall, grand 19th century terraces, flamboyantly detailed in Renaissance style. There are three small mews at the rear of the terraces.
Between the terraces are two triangular gardens containing mature trees, which help to soften views and provide an attractive setting and green foil to the buildings.
Victoria Square was developed circa 1840 by Matthew Wyatt and forms a calm residential enclave of stucco terraces, smaller in scale and with a quite different character to Grosvenor Gardens.
It was designated as a conservation area in June 1969 and extended to include the Grosvenor Hotel in 2006.
|Publications and Documents:|
|Grosvenor Gardens Conservation Area Map|
|Grosvenor Gardens Mini Guide|
|Grosvenor Gardens Conservation Area Audit SPG|
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