No. 29 Soho Square
The erection of this house has been described
above on page 113. Tallis's elevation (fig. 6)
shows that this house was similar to No. 28.
Occupants have included Charles Kemble,
actor, 1822–5, and Samuel Beazley, architect and
playwright, 1826–51. (ref. 33)
In October 1865 the freehold of No. 29 was
purchased from the Crown by the Hospital tor
Women, which already occupied No. 30. (ref. 282)
Two years later the house was demolished to
make way for extensions to the hospital, built to
the design of E. L. Bracebridge. (ref. 283) A plan of the
house in 1865 is reproduced on fig. 28.
No. 29 Soho Square, ground-floor plan
||C.E.O., sale book 15, pp. 196–8.
||Hospital for Women, Minutes, 13 March 1867.