- The Chelsea home once inhabited by Mary Poppins creator P.L. Travers hit the market for £4.85 million (or roughly $6.27 million) last month, according to Mansion Global.
- Travers moved into the 19th century home in London after releasing her fifth Mary Poppins book in 1962.
- She lived there until her death in 1996.
- The recently refurbished home includes ample lounging space: It has a living room, study, dining room, and garden, in addition to a full-floor master suite and three additional bedrooms, two of which have their own terraces.
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