Audley

41-43 Mount Street,
Mayfair,
W1K 2RX

This pub is a grade II listed building and the listing description is as follows: “Corner block of houses, shops and public house. 1888-89 by Thomas Verity. Banded red brick and pink terracotta, slate roofs. Franco-Flemish and Jacobethan details. 4 main storeys, basement and gabled or dormered attics; part of Mount Street elevation of 3 main storeys only. Almost symmetrical composition 5 major bays wide to South Audley Street, outer bays slightly advanced above ground floor, oriel corner turret with copper dome, asymmetrical but similar return of 4 bays to Mount Street with pair of gables to Nos. 27-28. Shop fronts set in segmental arched openings, they and the doorways flanked by enriched pilasters carrying an entablature surmounted by an iron balustrade across both elevations. Upper floors have through storey canted or flat fronted oriels with mullioned transomed lights, and brick pilaster strips between the window bays. Terracotta cornices and sill bands to each floor, the facades crowned by cornice and parapet above which rise the elaborate Franco-Flemish gables. Prominent chimney stacks. Survey of London; Vol. XL. Selected Sources Article Reference - Title: Volume 40 the Grosvenor Estate in Mayfair Part 2 The buildings - Date: 1980 - Journal Title: Survey of London - Volume: 40”

The Audley featured on the Compact and Bijou: Evening Crawl of Mayfair in April 2012.