Albany Mews, KT2

Road, existing between 1982 and now

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Albany Mews is a development dating from the 1980s.


The Bank Grove Estate, a triangular area, was bounded by Richmond Road, Lower Ham Road, the River Thames and Bank Lane. It was occupied by a mansion built in the 18th century and renovated by Sir Charles Freake. Later on a new mansion was built on the same site but several of the outbuildings from the original mansion were retained. The site is now occupied by Albany Mews which is a modern development following the demolition of Bank Grove in 1982.


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