Daily Mail: Take a peek inside Laurence Olivier’s love nest
- By Adam Foster
- 18 February 2015
The ivy-covered mansion, which was used as a love nest by Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh is on the market for £7.5million. Sir Laurence bought the four-bedroom property in Chelsea, west London, to share with his new lover in 1937.
They moved into the home while working together on Fire Over England and christened the detached two-storey house, which they owned for 19 years, Durham Cottage.