Never grow up in Peter Pan’s flat

London Evening Standard (West End Final B) - ES Homes and Property - - News -

THE fam­ily home of the “real” Peter Pan is for sale. No 31 Kens­ing­ton Park Gar­dens in Not­ting Hill was home from 1897 to 1904 to the Llewe­lyn Davies fam­ily, in­spi­ra­tion for JM Bar­rie’s novel about Nev­er­land.

The au­thor was a reg­u­lar vis­i­tor to the house, a pe­riod stucco build­ing, right, that’s now di­vided into flats. The apart­ment on the top floor, left, which would have in­cluded the nurs­ery with the win­dow where Peter, Wendy, John and Michael em­barked on their fic­tional flight to Nev­er­land, is for sale through Strutt & Parker in West­bourne Grove for £1,375,000.

Stylishly pre­sented, the hand­some two-bed­room flat has views over the com­mu­nal gar­dens.

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