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Duncan Grant & Vanessa Bell for their London flat

Charleston Farmhouse

Charleston Farmhouse

Sanderson at Charleston

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Vanessa Bell's Charleston House

Wishful thinking

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Vanessa Bell's Charleston House

Sitting Room Monk's House (Virginia and Leonard Woolf's house)

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El escritorio de Virginia Woolf, en Monk's House

Monk's House The home of Virginia and Leonard Woolf, purchased in 1919 and sold to the University of Sussex in 1972; it became open to the public after it was turned over to the National Trust in 1980. This particular part of the house was Virginia's private bedroom, accessible only from the outside and footsteps away from her exquisite garden. Virginia slept here alone, and when not in her

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Virginia Woolf’s dining room at Monk’s House.

Monk's House dining room.

Side view of Monk's House

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The sitting room at Monk's House

Entrance to Monks House from the gardens

Monk's House near Lewes, former home of writer, Virginia Woolf,

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Monk's House, the sitting room with walls of green paint favoured by Virginia Woolf

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Woolf's writing studio in the back of the Monk's House garden

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Monk's House from the back

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Fireplace screen in the livingroom at Monks House

Monks House sign

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Monk House Design

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Back door of Virginia and Leonard's last home, Monk's House in Sussex.

Virginia and Leonard Woolf's Monk's House

A Fondness for Green

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Virginia Woolf’s bedroom At Monk’s House