. (Opposite Kensington Palace Gardens), London, SW7. Note the Dutch-style façade, two towers (one of which projects from the building's corner), bay window, clumped chimneys, separate entrance structure with arches, and arcaded porch on one of the upper storeys — second in British usage, third in North American.
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