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© Mr Anthony Rau

IoE Number: 424571
Location: 34 TITE STREET SW3
Photographer: Mr Anthony Rau
Date Photographed: 25 April 2004
Date listed: 15 April 1969
Date of last amendment: 15 April 1969
Grade II

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TQ 2777 NETITE STREET SW363/3415.4.69No 34II

TQ 2777 NE TITE STREET SW3 63/34 15.4.69 No 34 II C19 terrace house listed for historic interest. Originally No 16. It was occupied by Oscar Wilde from his marriage in 1884 until his trial in 1895. It has a LCC plaque on it, recording the association with Wilde. Brick-built with 2 storeyed bay window. 3 storeys, basement and attic. E W Godwin decorated the interior for Wilde in 1884.

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