In London sell 200-year-old house painter Constable for $5.6 million In the World : Vladim
In London, the home of landscape painter John Constable Well Walk for sale. A five-story townhouse was built 200 years ago. Assessment of the building is 4 million pounds ($5.6 million).
The historical monument is located in Hampstead. Bicentennial building is designed in the Georgian style and has three living areas, study, kitchen, three bathrooms, shower room, pantry, guest bathroom and a courtyard garden. Landmark home Constable considered interesting historical design and high ceilings.
Employees of the company Savills Hampstead engaged in the sale of architectural monument, emphasized that home buyers can get a unique opportunity to live in an environment inspired craftsmen to create many masterpieces.
The painter John Constable wrote in Hampstead such famous works as: “Gademsky valley” (1802), “hay Cart” (1821), and “Hempstead Heath with a rainbow” (1836). English paintings of the artist are stored in the London national gallery, the Victoria and albert Museum, British gallery, Tate and many others.