Mount Street runs from Park Lane in the west to Davies Street in the east. Mount Street is crossed by Park Street in the east and South Audley Street midway. On the south side it is joined by Rex Place and Balfour Place. In the east Mount street is joined by Carlos Place, Mount Street Mews, Carpenter Street and Berkeley Square.
To the south of the street is Mount Street Gardens.
Mount Street was one of the original shopping streets of Mayfair.
Mount Street is mostly made up of four and five storey older buildings, often with retail premises on the ground floor, and some mansion blocks.
The residence of the Brazilian ambassador to London is located at 54 Mount Street.
James Purdey & Sons are on the corner of Mount Street and South Audley Street.
- Fanny Burney, 102 Mount Street
- David Carritt (1927-1982), art historian, dealer and critic, 120 Mount Street
- Lady Mary Coke, 34 Mount Street
- David Meller (born 1959), businessman, 79 Mount Street
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