Saturday, August 30, 2008

Passmore Street , Belgravia

The main feature of Passmore Street is the 'Fox and Hounds' pub, famous until 1999 for not selling spirits or wine. It's a Young's pub now and its old-world feel has been admirably retained.
There are some original Georgian or early Victorian 2 storey terraced houses on the west side of the street.
On the east side there are a series of houses built by Wates Developments in the 1980s, with individual garages and small gardens behind. They have attractive trees and many of them are well covered with creepers so they fit in quite nicely.
Just round the corner of the street in Pimlico Road is Lord Linley's furniture shop, and 'L'Incontro' - the Meeting-a top quality Italian restaurant.

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