18 Stafford Terrace

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Address:
18 Stafford Terrace, Kensington W8 7BH
Web:
rbkc.gov.uk

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High Street Kensington CRC DSC
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18 Stafford Terrace was owned by the political cartoonist Edward Linley Sambourne, from 1874 until his death in 1910. You can find it close to Kensington High Street.

The heavily furnished rooms have been left decorated in true Victorian style, and the walls are covered in paintings, photos, and political cartoons from Sambourne’s career at Punch.

 
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> Craig’s review of 18 Stafford Terrace – “From the outside 18 Stafford Terrace just looks like a regular townhouse in a regular street -- it's nothing special at all. People must walk past it all the time and not give it a second thought. But if you step inside you'll be transported back to a time when the brightest colour in the world was brown, and the only sound in the house was a ticking clock. You proba… continued”

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