Home that inspired “Peter Pan” hits the market


J.M. Barrie

If Harry Potter World wasn’t enough for you, then consider upgrading to the home where J.M. Barrie wrote “Peter Pan.” On the market for £6,950,000 (or roughly $10.9 million) according to Curbed, the house has many of the same details it did when Barrie lived there and inspired many details in the book (it was supposed to be the home of the Darling family).

Built in 1820, the home overlooks Kensingon Gardens and has seven bedrooms, four reception rooms, three bathrooms and — of course, this is England after all — a private garden.

Hopefully, it also has the power to make it so that you too will never grow up.

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