Wednesday, March 28, 2012

For sale: Roger Lewis' gorgeous Georgian Town House - £310,000!

Madame Arcati is delighted to learn that legendary author Roger Lewis is moving shelter.

His gorgeous, 5-bedroom Georgian Town House in Bromyard, Herefordshire, is on the market for a not unreasonable £310,000. I am tempted to visit it myself - then again, why bother when his estate agent has put up a charming video tour?

I particularly adore the gnome in the high walled garden. And the stained glass window upstairs casting light on the galleried landing adds an ecclesiastical touch that demands the presence of a large organ. Modesty prevents me from making any boast.

Do take a tour - and consider the property an investment. Roger, who survived Christmas and strikes me as newly robust of health, will one day, when he is another place, draw the attention of a blue plaque bearer - think how financially rewarding that could be.

To snoop around take a tour of Roger's house, click here.

Roger's books such as What Am I Still Doing Here?, Seasonal Suicide Notes and The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, may be perused and bought here.

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