Bertrand Russell House Places Nearby

Number 23

Terraced house. c1750. Possibly built by JI Devall.

Number 14

Terraced house. 1662-5. Built by T Coxe.

Numbers 5, 5A and 6

Two houses, now in three units: No.6 facing Bloomsbury Square, Nos 5 and 5A main facade on Bloomsbury Way with return to Bloomsbury Square. 1744. By Henry Flitcroft.

Numbers 20 and 21

2 terraced houses. c1760, with later alterations. Darkened brick with stucco ground floor.

Royal Pharmaceutical Society

Includes: Royal Pharmaceutical Society and attached railings GREAT RUSSELL STREET. Terraced house. Later C17, converted into 2 houses and remodelled by John Nash c1777-8, rejoined 1860 and 3rd floor added.

Numbers 74 to 77

Terrace of 4 houses. c1662-4, altered mid C19. Stucco with rusticated ground floor.

Number 1

Terraced house forming the right hand side of a symmetrical facade with Nos 47 & 46 Bloomsbury Square (qv). 1840-50. Darkened brick with rusticated stucco ground floor and stucco block quoins.

Numbers 46 and 47

2 terraced houses. c1840-50. Darkened brick with rusticated stucco ground floor and stucco block quoins.

42-47, Museum Street

6 terraced houses with later shops. c1700, refronted 1855-64 by William Finch Hill. Stucco with rusticated ground floor and pilaster strips separating each house and at angles.

Statue of Charles James Fox at N End of Garden

This list entry has been amended as part of the Bicentenary commemorations of the 1807 Abolition Act.Statue of Charles James Fox, situated at the north end of Bloomsbury Square gardens; the statue faces north. Completed 1814; erected 1816. The sculptor was Richard Westmacott the younger.