Around half-way along the road is 93 Park Lane, the former residence of British Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli. Having served as Prime Minister twice between 1868 and 1880, Disraeli is known for creating the modern Conservative Party and being influential in global affairs.
At 100 Park Lane is one of the few surviving aristocratic townhouses in London. Dudley House is a Grade II listed house that dates back to the 1700s. Owned by the 6th Baron Ward from 1742, it was rebuilt in 1829 for the 1st Earl of Dudley. Severely damaged during the Blitz in World War II, the building was repaired but converted into offices, which remained the case for the next 60 years. It’s only since the early 2000s that the property was converted back into a single family home. The restoration included rebuilding the former ballroom and picture gallery. It is now the home of members of the ruling family of Qatar. In a Vanity Fair feature, Dudley House was described as Britain’s most expensive residence, worth $400 million.