This entry from Ackermann’s Repository for December 1811 intrigued me for a couple of reasons. One was “the simple and even homely” appearance of Princess Charlotte’s residence. Pretty striking, considering the grandeur of her father’s digs at Carlton House, not to mention his Royal Pavilion at Brighton or what he made of Buckingham House. (His "improvements" of the latter continued throughout his successor's reign.) Second was, Where the heck was it? Close to Carlton House, apparently. If you look at this map, you’ll see Warwick Street. So it’s somewhere in there.
A little more sleuthing will probably pinpoint it, but
|Warwick House description|
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