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Bertrand Russell HouseBertrand Russell House
London, England, UK
1911-16

The home of philosopher Bertrand Russell from 1911 to 1916.

Benjamin Franklin HouseBenjamin Franklin House
London, England, UK
c. 1730

The Benjamin Franklin House in London is only surviving home of Benjamin Franklin, who lived here for 16 years (1757-75). Built around 1730, the historic townhouse is well-preserved and open as a museum.

Jane Austen HouseJane Austen House
Winchester, England, UK

Jane Austen lived here briefly to be closer to her doctor during her final illness. She passed away in this house in 1817.

34 De Vere Gardens34 De Vere Gardens
London, England, UK

The home of novelist Henry James from 1886 to 1902.

No. 3 Kensington Court GardensNo. 3 Kensington Court Gardens
London, England, UK

Part of a complex of Victorian mansions built in 1889, this was the home of poet T. S. Eliot from 1957 until his death in 1965.

T. E. Lawrence HouseT. E. Lawrence House
London, England, UK

Home of T. E. Lawrence ("Lawrence of Arabia") in Westminster, London, marked by a blue plaque.

C. S. Lewis BirthplaceC. S. Lewis Birthplace

A blue plaque marks the site in Belfast where C. S. Lewis was born in 1898, but the original house does not survive. The site is now occupied by the Dundela Flats.

E. M. Forster House
London, England, UK

This was the London home of novelist E. M. Forster from 1930 to 1939.