'This forms part of an exceptionally complete group of houses developed in the period 1720-33 by the craftsman builder John Meard Jnr. No 68 has recently undergone an exemplary repair scheme.'
Westminster City Council Booklet 'Repairs & Alterations to Listed Buildings', 1997.

'A superb exemplar'.
Paul Drury, London Regional Director, English Heritage.

'It is a magnificent job and an example of how to do it'.
Dr JM Robinson, architectural historian.

'An incredible house'
Betty C Leviner, The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Virginia USA.

'A wonderful light filled house, we are envious of the work done. Superb.'
Treve Rossiman, Curator, English Heritage Collection.

'Splendid, please invite me back.'
Cllr Carolyn Keen, Deputy Lord Mayor City of Westminster.

'It's wonderful.'
Rt Hon Frank Dobson MP.

Peter Boizot & party.

'Amazing. The colours are wonderful and I want the library.'
Amy Butterworth (12).

'Totally fascinating insight into history - a feeling of stepping back in time.'
Pamela Gold.

'Another incredible mission.'
Pat Harris.

The house has been used by for example:-
'B' Mag'.; the BFI (London Film Festival 1998 Press & Delegates Centre 1998); BSC; Carrot & Co; Cockburns Port; 'Country Home & Interiors'; the Dante String Quartet; Debenhams; 'Elle Decoration'; Freemans; Habitat; Harrods; 'Homes & Gardens'; House of Fraser; ICI Dulux Paints; Kable PR; Laura Ashley; 'Livingetc'; The Lost Son; Marks & Spencer; 'New Woman'; Paul Smith; Selfridges; Syndicate Productions, 'You' Mag etc.