Chesham Place is a street in Belgravia, London, running between Belgrave Square and Pont Street. It is home to several embassies and has had many distinguished residents. It was first laid out in 1831, and includes a number of listed buildings. Chesham Place and nearby Chesham Street take their name from the town of Chesham in Buckinghamshire, and were named by William Lowndes who owned the leases on this and nearby land. It gives its name to Chesham Amalgamations, founded at number 36 in 1962.

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  • Chesham Place is a street in Belgravia, London, running between Belgrave Square and Pont Street. It is home to several embassies and has had many distinguished residents. It was first laid out in 1831, and includes a number of listed buildings. Chesham Place and nearby Chesham Street take their name from the town of Chesham in Buckinghamshire, and were named by William Lowndes who owned the leases on this and nearby land. It gives its name to Chesham Amalgamations, founded at number 36 in 1962. (en)
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  • Chesham Place is a street in Belgravia, London, running between Belgrave Square and Pont Street. It is home to several embassies and has had many distinguished residents. It was first laid out in 1831, and includes a number of listed buildings. Chesham Place and nearby Chesham Street take their name from the town of Chesham in Buckinghamshire, and were named by William Lowndes who owned the leases on this and nearby land. It gives its name to Chesham Amalgamations, founded at number 36 in 1962. (en)
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  • Chesham Place (en)
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