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Unique St John's Wood Blue Plaque' " seeks £12.5mn

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6,172 sq ft townhouse on Hamilton Terrace dates back to 1830 and was once the home of Scottish painter and printmaker William Strang, famed for illustrating the works of Bunyan, Coleridge and Kipling.

A notable “Blue Plaque” townhouse in St John’s Wood is looking for a new owner. The Grade II listed, 6,172 sq ft property on Hamilton Terrace dates back to 1830 and was once the home of Scottish painter and printmaker William Strang, famed for illustrating the works of Bunyan, Coleridge and Kipling. The original artist’s studio has been incorporated – rather ingeniously – into the main house, creating a 50 ft kitchen and barrel-vaulted living space that opens straight out onto the garden. A recently-built mews house (1,227 sq ft), with a separate address on Hamilton Close, also comes as part of the unique package

 


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