Past Seat Of: White-Ridley family.
Current Ownership Type: The Crown / Royal Family
Primary Current Ownership Use: Mixed Use
Current Ownership Use / Details: The land and building are owned by The Crown Estate and leased to the British Academy, who use the space as their headquarters and for conferences, for which space is available for public hire.
House & Family History: Noted for its grand, domed staircase hall, No. 10 Carlton House Terrace was for many years the London home of the White Ridley family (whose country seat is Blagdon Hall in Northumberland). Since 1998 No. 10 has been the home of the British Academy, who, in March 2010, took over the lease of No. 11 after the departure of its tenant, the Foreign Press Association. The Academy raised £2.75 million to renovate and restore the public rooms in No. 11 and link them to No. 10; the grand new space opened in January 2011. Between 1856 and 1875 No. 11 was the home of Prime Minister William Gladstone.
House Listed: Grade I
Park Listed: Not Listed
Location for Movies / TV: "The Golden Bowl" (2000). "Sherlock" (2012 - TV series, as the exterior of The Diogenes Club in the episode "The Reichenbach Fall"). "Mr. Selfridge" (2013 - TV series, as the exterior of Lady Loxley's London house).
Title: Biographical Dictionary of British Architects, 1600-1840, A - HARDBACK
Author: Colvin, Howard
Year Published: 2008
Reference: pg. 138
Publisher: New Haven: Yale University Press
Book Type: Hardback