Offices and Educational Properties


The Bedford Estates offers offices and educational properties in Bloomsbury - one of London’s most sought after areas. Existing tenants include The Architectural Association, New College of the Humanities and The Chartered Institute of Public Relations. For more details or to discuss your Bloomsbury offices and educational property requirements please call +44 (0)20 7636 2995 or email us at info@bedfordestates.com

 


5 Gower Street
Available from February 2019 - Self-Contained period office building in the heart of Bloomsbury. Approx 2,740 Sq Ft

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13 Bedford Square
Coming Soon. Self-contained office building with private rear courtyard. Approx. 4,000 sq. ft. Further details on request.
Thomas Leverton (c.1743 – 23 September 1824) lived here as did Sir Harry Ralph Ricardo (26 January 1885 – 18 May 1974)

Leverton, who is credited with the design of Bloomsbury's Bedford Square, also designed some of the interiors, including those at No 13, where he lived from 1795. 

Sir Harry Ralph Ricardo (26 January 1885 – 18 May 1974) was one of the foremost engine designers and researchers in the early years of the development of the internal combustion engine.

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4 Bloomsbury Place
Available Q2 2019. Self-contained office building with private garden. Approx 5,000 – 5, 300 sq. ft.
Sir Hans Sloane benefactor of The British Museum lived here between 1695 and 1753

Hans Sloane was a physician and naturalist. He was physician to Queen Anne, King George I, and King George II.  In 1660 Sloane took out a lease from The Bedford Estates for 4 Bloomsbury Place where he lived until 1753.

Sloane was a keen collector and by his death in 1753 had collected over 71,000 objects.  Sloane bequeathed his collection to the nation and became the founding collection of the British Museum.

 

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55 Gower Street
Self-Contained Period Building In Bloomsbury with Private Garden. Approx 2,740 Sq Ft
55 Gower Street's Residents of Note

In 1917 a tenancy agreement was made between The Bedford Estates and the Secretary of State for the War Department to occupy the house “during such a time as the exigence of the public service shall require”. 

In 1921 Helena Maria Swanick, Mary Ashton and Catherine Courtney, Baroness Courtney of Penwith leased 55 Gower Street for a term of 14 years. All three women were suffragettes and committee members of the Women’s International League.

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