21 Soho Square

This office building dates back to the 1670s when it was converted into a single dwelling from two residential properties. The building, which sits on one of the loveliest squares in London, has a particularly colourful history, serving briefly as the Spanish Embassy, as home to a pickle manufacturer, and even as a hotel (which was reputedly an infamous brothel!).

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Floor area:

21, 289 sq ft

Tenure:

Freehold offices

Listed: 

Grade II