South Molton Street
The street was built in the mid-18th century as part of the Conduit Mead Estate. It was extensively rebuilt around 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. It 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.
|This London road or road transport-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|