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Designed in 1913 by Victorian/Edwardian/other architect Theophilus A Allen; John Lennon's house between 1964 and 1968; sunroom, attic and prisco stripe hibernice; Mellotron and caravan; Babidji and Mimi; mortar and pestle; Wubbleyoo Dubbleyoo; curios and curiosity; remnants and residue; testimonials and traces; (Cavendish Avenue, Sunny Heights and Kinfauns); Montagu Square; mock Tudor: Brown House: *KENWOOD*.

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Friday, 13 March 2009

Kenwood: sunroom, pool & garden area, 1993.


Getting back to Kenwood - a shot from 1993. 25 years after John moved out, you can see the pool is still in the same position, and the familiar checkered tiles are in place. The sunroom also looks like it could well be the same structure as in John's time - but it's been modified and built upon. A good perspective on the wall in front of the sunroom, too. This pic was taken by Russ Lease, who does, amongst other things, a natty line in talisman replicas at his BeatleSuits site. Also, thanks to Joe Baiardi for passing it on.

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