Bloomsbury square is a garden square in the heart of Bloomsbury. It is one of London's earliest Squares, developed in the early 17th century. It lies a few moments walk from Holborn Underground Station. The square has had many famous residents but is most closely associated with the the literary and artistic 'Bloomsbury Group'. Individual blue plaques commemorating the members of the Bloomsbury Group can be seen throughout the area. The building itself is a period style property arranged over lower ground, ground and three upper floors. The building has many outstanding features that are typical in a building of this age such as oval windows, a private courtyard and a veranda which is continually dressed with seasonal window boxes.