66-71, Great Russell Street, London WC1

From Historic England entry:

“Terrace of 6 houses. 1777-8. By John Nash. Stuccoed brick, roof not seen. Four storeys and cellars. 3 windows each. No.66 with 5-window return (some blind) to Bury Place. Plain band at 1st floor level and 1st floor sill band. Recessed sash windows. 4th storeys as attic with cornices cut back. No.66: C20 reproduction of C19 shopfront. No.67: wooden doorcase with Ionic pilasters carrying entablature with cornice. Nos 68 & 69: architraved doorcases with half Ionic pilasters carrying entablature with cornice. No.70: wooden doorcase with Ionic pilasters carrying entablature with cornice. No.71: round-headed ground floor openings, one forming blocked extra entrance. INTERIORS: not inspected. SUBSIDIARY FEATURES: attached cast-iron railings with urn or pineapple finials, No.71 foliated, to areas. HISTORICAL NOTE: John Nash’s first work, and one of the earliest developments of stuccoed houses.”

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