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Whilst Berkeley Square was originally a mostly residential area, there now remains only one residential block on the square – number 48. A residence in Berkeley Square is highly sought after, and residences do not come up on the market very often. The limited supply and great demand has created a market where a residence in Berkeley Square commands higher prices on the property market than similar residences in equivalently affluent neighbourhoods.
The square features a sculptural fountain by Alexander Munro, a Pre-Raphaelite sculptor, made in 1865. The surrounding London Plane trees are among the oldest in central London, planted in 1789. Gunter’s Tea Shop, founded under a different name in 1757, is also located here.
The buildings around the square include several by other notable architects including Robert Adam, who designed Lansdowne House (since 1935 home of the Lansdowne Club) in the southwest corner of the square on Fitzmaurice Place.
28 Berkeley Square is home to one of London’s most exclusive private member’s clubs, Morton’s Club. Membership is by having a proposer invite you (and that is a current member) in addition to your form being sent to the Membership committee for approval.
50 Berkeley Square is the most infamous allegedly “haunted house” in London. The house is currently occupied by Maggs Brothers Antiquarian Booksellers.
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