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Home of Late Writer Virginia Woolf Lists for £3.5 Million

The celebrated writer and her husband, Leonard, moved into Hogarth House in 1915, when the outer London town—the only one located on both sides of the River Thames—was still a part of Surrey (it became part of London in 1965). Two years later, they founded Hogarth Press by purchasing a small hand press and some second-hard typeface, according to the Richmond government website. The press published a total of 32 books between 1917 to 1924, when the couple moved to another London residence. Read more

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