Keats House

NW3
Mixed use building

Key Details

Address
10 Keats Grove, London NW3 2RR
Completion
1816

Overview

Keats House is a Grade I listed building in Hampstead, London NW3.

The museum and poetry centre is owned and managed by the City of London Corporation.

History

Built in 1815-16 for antiquary and critic Charles Wentworth Dilke and writer Charles Armitage Brown.

References:

1. Historic England historicengland.org.uk List entry Number: 1379221

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Site & Location

Transport

OVERGROUND
Hampstead Heath Rail StationLondon-overground
NATIONAL-RAIL
Hampstead Heath Rail Station
BUS
Pilgrim's Lane268, 46, N5

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