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  1. Marlborough House, a Grade I listed mansion in St James's, City of Westminster, London, is the headquarters of the Commonwealth of Nations and the seat of the Commonwealth Secretariat. It was built for Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough, the favourite and confidante of Queen Anne. For over a century it served as the London residence of the ...

  2. Marlborough House on Pall Mall in London is the international headquarters of the Commonwealth Secretariat and Commonwealth Foundation. The house was built for Sarah Churchill, first Duchess of Marlborough, and was completed in 1711. It later became a Royal Palace and over the centuries Dowager Queens, Princes, Dukes and Duchesses have stayed in the house. It became the Commonwealth’s ...

  3. Marlborough House. /  51.505, -0.13583333333333. Marlborough House es una mansión de Westminster, en Londres ( Reino Unido ). Fue construida para Sarah Churchill, duquesa de Marlborough, una amiga íntima de la reina Ana de Inglaterra. Fue diseñada por Christopher Wren y su hijo, y la obra culminó en 1711 .

  4. Marlborough House was last used as a royal residence for Queen Mary of the United Kingdom, who lived there until her death in 1953. It is located just east of St. James’s Palace in London. Marlborough House, c1750. source: Wikipedia. Although it was built on Crown land, Marlborough House wasn’t originally intended to be a royal residence.

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    Marlborough House is a mansion at 54, Old Steine, Brighton on the south coast of England. It is a Grade I listed building. Initially it was built for Samuel Shergold in the 1760s. After being sold on by both Shergold and its second owner, the Duke of Marlborough, in 1786 it was bought by William Gerard Hamilton and altered to a neoclassical design by Robert Adam. After being owned by the Brighton School Board and Brighton and Hove City Council, it was sold to a local businessman in 1999. Since t

    A building was constructed on the site in the 1760s by local inn owner Sam Shergold. In the 1800s, Marlborough House was known as Grove House and the Prince of Wales, later King George IV stayed there in 1783, 1789 and 1795, whilst the Royal Pavilion was being renovated by John Nash. In 1786, the building was bought by statesman William Gerard Hamilton from the third Duke of Marlborough. It was Hamilton who employed Robert Adam to change the features in the neoclassical style. Following Hamilton

    Antoniades at first intended to live at Marlborough House but he never moved in. Initial optimism about the planned renovations faded. By 2015, the building was badly water damaged and the original fireplaces had been removed to a warehouse in London, where they perished in a fire. The building was placed on the English Heritage "at risk" list. A representative of Historic England said "Our hands are tied to some extent if a private owner cannot or will not maintain the building – we are ...

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