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Historic London Home Once Occupied by Novelist Joseph Conrad Lists for £1.7 Million

A historic London home once occupied by the Polish-British writer Joseph Conrad—whose novella  “Heart of Darkness” inspired the 1979 epic film “Apocalypse Now”—is on the market for £1.7 million (US$2.3 million). Located in the city’s upscale Pimlico neighborhood, and a short walk from Victoria Station, the property spans 1,206 square feet over four stories, with three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Read more

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