Torrington Place, WC1E 6BT
Great 2 listed. Built in 1901 using the Queen Anne revival architectural style.
Considered to be one of Bloomsbury’s finest Edwardian mansion blocks which comprises two buildings either side of Huntley Street both have in similar elevations. Now comprising 75 apartments ranging from one to 4 bedrooms. Five storey elevations, with two attic stories and a semi-basement.
Asymmetric elevations brickwork faced with terracotta dressings. Corner turret, projecting bays, stone surrounded entrance. Slate roof with brickwork gables to dormers. Timber sliding sash windows and timber doors. Terracotta dressings around windows. Projecting dormers asymmetrically arranged on both elevations.