The House That Inspired ‘Alice In Wonderland House’ Is Sold

Published On January 14, 2019 | By penulis | DESIGN

Alice in wonderland house – The house in which the famous writer of Alice in Wonderland lived, the British Lewis Carroll, has gone on sale for 3.65 million pounds. Located near Brighton, in Sussex County, this property was what inspired Lewis Carroll the beautiful imaginary of places and stories behind the character of Alice and behind the magical rabbit hutch at the foot of a tree. Alicia fans in Wonderland will not find that little rabbit hutch.

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But a mysterious underground secret passage that will take them directly from the house to a nearby beach. Real estate developer Barry Grogan, in charge of the sale alice house growth, ensures that the lucky ones who buy the mansion will be given the keys to the mysterious passageway. The property for sale has five bedrooms, a cinema room, four living rooms, three bathrooms, a large balcony, a library and a private garden of 20 square meters.

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In addition, Barry Grogan said that the house maintains the decoration and moldings of the nineteenth century. Despite the claim of Alice, the writer Lewis Carroll and the mysterious passage, the alice in wonderland themed house abandoned has not been sold since it went on sale in January last year for £ 4.25; 600,000 pounds more than the price at which it is sold today.

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