South Molton Street
The street was built in the mid-18th century as part of the Conduit Mead Estate. It was extensively rebuilt about 1900 but many of the original Georgian houses remain. It is now a pedestrian precinct and contains many shops selling items such as women's fashion and jewellery. The street is also home to award winning model agency Sapphires Model Management as well as fine art gallery Castle Galleries, and inspired fashion blog South Molton St Style in 2011.
- Ernest Bevin lived in a flat at number 34 for twenty years from 1931.
- William Blake lived in a flat at number 17 in 1803.
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