London: Nevill's baths: advertisement, 1893

Nevill's prices
< Advertisement from an unidentified 1893 directory

The baths in Northumberland Avenue were Nevill's flagship baths, the first they had architect designed from scratch. The building also included their offices, and on the upper floors there were further offices available for letting. Being also in the West End, they would naturally be more expensive than their other baths.

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