George Bernard Shaw lived in this delightful Edwardian Villa for over 40 years from 1906 & it has remained just as if he had stepped out for a walk in the wonderful grounds.
This is now a National Trust property & we found the wardens in each room really eager to share their impressive knowledge of GBS.
It is quite a small property but you must allow longer than you would think in order to look at everything and the grounds are quite beautiful where you can see his secluded hut where he spent most of his days.
There is also a variety of pre 1950s varieties of plants for sale.
We were fortunate to visit during our hot summer and it was such a delight and so peaceful.
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