Located just off Belgrave Square, I came across Headfort Place when walking back to the Rubens Hotel from Apsley House.
The title of the Marquis of Headfort was an Irish peerage conferred in 1800, which explains why I was able to find information on their Irish property – Headfort Hall estate in County Meath, now a school – but little on Headfort Place, London.
One of the freehold houses in Headfort Place is currently on the market for four million pounds. The Railway Industry Association and Unisea Maritime have offices here.
In 1901, the fourth Marquis caused quite a stir when he married Miss Rosa (Rosie) Boote, above, a Florodora dancer at the Gaiety Theatre. To read an in-depth article artice on Rosie, and for more fabulous photos, click here
. For a more in depth look at the wild lives of some of the latest title holders, click here
You can see a property for sale by Harrod’s Estates in Headfort Place here
Can anyone provide further details regarding Headfort Place?