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In 1849, two years previous to the discharge of Moby Dick, American-novelist Herman Melville headed to London. It was then that he moved right into a grand six-storey townhouse positioned in London’s Westminster, finally serving because the writing room for his most well-known novel.
Right this moment, the home is obtainable to lease—full with a blue plaque to mark the time Melville spent right here.
The property, which is positioned between the Strand and the then unembanked River Thames, stands on Craven Road within the famend W2 postal code space. A Grade II-listed bulding, the Georgian residence spans throughout six flooring and covers masking 4,400 sq. ft, with 5 bedrooms and 5 bogs. Two kitchens present ample room for cooking and entertaining, and the primary