Building    From 1695  To 1913

35 St Martin's Street

Categories: Architecture, Literature

Three storey terrace house. Lived in by Isaac Newton 1710 - 1725, although he owned it until his death in 1727. When it was demolished the panelling of the front parlour was reconstructed as the Isaac Newton Room at Babson College, Massachusetts. The picture source website has more details.

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35 St Martin's Street

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Sir Isaac Newton's house- detailed

plaque inside building at top of stairway directly facing entrance

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Edward W. Godwin

Edward W. Godwin

Architect-designer. Born Edward William Godwin in Bristol and moved to London about 1862. Widowed in 1865 he had an affair 1868-74 with Ellen Terry, married to, but separated from, G. F. Watts at t...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
A. R. Gough

A. R. Gough

Architect. Based in Bristol. He also designed St Jude's in Mildmay and a fountain to celebrate Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee in Charlbury, Oxfordshire.

Person, Architecture

1 memorial
Copenhagen House & Fields

Copenhagen House & Fields

Copenhagen House was a famous tavern & tea-garden which stood in what is now Copenhagen Park, N7, from early 17th century until 1855. The name either comes from the King of Denmark who stayed i...

Place, Architecture, Commerce, Food & Drink, Politics & Administration, Denmark

3 memorials
Coade Stone

Coade Stone

A ceramic material called an artificial stone, and created by Mrs Eleanor Coade. It became popular in the mid-nineteenth century when there was a high demand for decorative features on buildings. I...

Media, Architecture

3 memorials
Lewis Cubitt

Lewis Cubitt

Architect.  Younger brother of Thomas.  Designed King's Cross station, the Great Northern Hotel and the granary building just to the north in the King’s Cross railway lands, all now restored.   The...

Person, Architecture

1 memorial