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  1. La Carlton House fue una mansión londinense que sirvió de hogar para el príncipe regente durante unas décadas. Se encontraba entre Pall Mall y The Mall, en el distrito St. James de la capital británica, al oeste de Trafalgar Square.

  2. Carlton House, sometimes Carlton Palace, was a mansion in Westminster, best known as the town residence of King George IV, particularly during the regency era and his time as prince regent. It faced the south side of Pall Mall, and its gardens abutted St James's Park in the St James's district of London.

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  5. Once George IV succeeded to the throne, he lost interest in Carlton House, turning his attentions instead to Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle. Many of the contents, including the architectural features, were stripped out and moved to other royal palaces.

  6. Carlton House was a major renovation project of George IV before he became king and switched his attention to Buckingham Palace. Since the time of Henry VIII heirs to the throne had been awarded St James’s Palace as their London residence.

  7. The history of Carlton House, the shortest-lived and yet the most tasteful and exquisite of London’s vanished royal residences, began in 1709 when the Royal Gardens, which were on the southern side of Pall Mall, were leased by the Crown to Henry Boyle, who was created Lord Carlton in 1714.