You’ve likely read some of Virginia Woolf’s books, like Mrs. Dalloway and To The Lighthouse. In 1915, Virginia and her husband moved into this London home and stayed for nine years. This is where they set up their very own printing company, called the Hogarth Press. In 2018, realtors put the house on the market for $4.55 million. Woolf found London inspiring for her writing, which is why she lived in various flats around the city for years. Frances Spalding exhibited Woolf. When asked what Woolf would think about modern-day London, he said, “I think she would be fascinated by two things. The way the old and new often jam together, as a result of new developments; and secondly the way modern consciousness is divided, attention to the mobile phone often makes us oblivious of our surroundings. I think that displacement would have intrigued her and might have stimulated ideas for fiction.” This home is where she completed The Voyage Out, though it left her with severe mental and emotional stress (Londonist).