Never grow up in Peter Pan’s flat
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.