The mansion that inspired ‘101 Dalmatians’ is now for sale – Variety2 min read
An attractive pale pink palace in London’s exclusive Primrose Hill area has gone to a market for just 11 11 million (9 9 million). Aside from its standout color, the mansion’s reputation claims that it was designed for the house that inspired the 195D Doddy Smith novel “101 Dalmatis.”
According to London Evening Standard, Albert Terrace’s eight-bedroom home is not too far from Smith’s previous home in Darset Square. The children’s nove pancake regularly crossed the mansion with his nine! – Dalmatians to go to Regents Park. According to literary researchers, the house is thought to be the inspiration behind the fictional home of Dalmatian parents Perdita and Pango and their owners, Roger and Anita Priley – when Smith’s novel was first published, it had almost the same pink mind image as Albert Teresa.
The artwork for the first edition of the novel was done with the example of sisters Janet and Ann Johnston. Their imagery of the dog house is as striking as the Albert Square property, with stunning portico and glass-paneled front doors beneath it, a garden entrance, drawing room and open to study, built in 1847 and last sold in 1988, four-story house just 5,000 square feet below. measures After the latest sale of the property, Primrose Hill, a small rural area such as Victorian Terrace and the surrounding town at the northern end of the park has received an impressive appreciation of the colorful regency townhouses, with spectacular views and restaurants throughout the place.
The interior of the house itself, though unsatisfied, admitted to a better day; It makes it a bit naked with an emphasis on garbage. Tired flower drips, lifeless colorless velvet cushions, peeling paint and scaffolding woodwork do not do this grand-dam townhouse of children’s literary justice. While a full-scale renovation will see the house transformed into a glamorous modern jungle, there is no doubt that the post-epidemic real estate market will add a substantial amount of property equity.
Smith’s novel was animated Disney Classic in 1961 and then two live-action versions (“101 Dalmatians” in 1999 and its sequel, “102 Dalmatians”) in 2000, starring Glenn Klose as the evil Cruella de Ville. Emma Stone and Emma Thompson will be releasing a prequel to the film later this year, aptly titled “Cruella”.
The sale is being managed by Beauchamp Estates.