Large, Historic London Townhome on a Storied Street in Chelsea

  • By Bertie Russell
  • 16 May 2018

Location: London, England

Price: £8.75 million (US$11.8 million)

Back in the Victorian days, Tite Street in London’s Chelsea neighborhood was home to several famous residents, most notably, Dublin-born author Oscar Wilde, whose scandalous and not-so-secret activities played out at several addresses in the area.

A newly listed home on the famous block conceals something of an intriguing secret of its own behind its dormer windows. Though it looks slender from the outside, the house has a surprisingly voluminous floor plan.

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