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Saturday, 28 February 2009

Kenwood: floor plans, circa 2006.




Obviously there have been changes since the era of himself, but these give the state of con/destruction in 2006. What is referred to as the "garden room" here was the sunroom.

2 comments:

  1. Was the second floor unfinished while John lived there. I seem to recall he spent most of his time alone in an unfinished attic.

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  2. Hi Stacia,

    No, he and Cyn lived in the attic whilst the place was being renovated after they bought it. Once this was finished they had the run of the house - though John spent pretty much all his time in either the sunroom, the attic recording studio, or else bed!

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