Roald Dahl wrote Matilda and The Witches while living at the quirky period property.
The unusual apartment is spread across the top floor of four mews houses and the ground floor of one.
The home is in Turnchapel Mews, a private gated spot with a pretty 19th-century cobbled courtyard in between Clapham Common and Battersea, where the late super-storyteller was inspired to create his tales.
It’s an unusual apartment, spread across the top floor of four terrace houses and the ground floor of one, and covering 4,077sq ft.
Beneath the loft-style ceiling are five bedrooms, three bathrooms and spacious, light-filled dining and drawing rooms. And there is a 90ft terrace.
It is for sale at £3.95 million with Russell Simpson. Yikes!
If you are just curious to see inside the writer's former home, here is a link - https://www.homesandproperty.co.uk/luxu ... ml#gallery