Other notable buildings include 10 Milner Street, sometimes known as Stanley House a grade II listed house built by the Chelsea speculator John Todd in 1855, for his own occupation. It was later home to Sir Courtenay Ilbert. From 1945, his nephew, the interior designer Michael Inchbald lived there, and continued to do so after Ibert's death. It has been grade II listed since 1969.
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- Historic England. "10, Milner Street SW3 (Grade II) (1225645)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 23 March 2018.