Literary House in Fitzroy Square, London (Public Domain Photograph)

This house in Fitzroy Square, London, was home to two very famous writers at different times – George Bernard Shaw and Virginia Woolf.

Fitzroy Square is a Georgian square in Central London in the area known as in Fitzrovia which is just north of SOHO.

If you are travelling by London Underground the nearest station would probably be Warren Street Tube. It is within walking distance of Goodge Street Tube.

Literary House in Fitzroy Square, London

Fitzroy Square was partly designed by Robert Adam and there is a sculpture by Naomi Blake in the garden in the center of the square.

Fitzroy Square is also home to the Liberia Embassy and the Mozambique Embassy. The embassy of Croatia is located on Conway Street, which is just off the square.

There are two other posts that feature the Virginia Woolf Blue Plaque and the Geroge Bernard Shaw Memorial Plaque which you can see on the front of the house in this photograph.

I place this Carbuncle’s Blog photograph of a literary house in Fitzroy Square, London in the public domain, as far as I am able, and allow any use including commercial – check the terms of use here.

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3 Responses to Literary House in Fitzroy Square, London (Public Domain Photograph)

  1. Hi I ‘m reading Virginia Woolf’s A room of ones own, so find this photo interesting and may go seek it out. You seem to be taking some time off from this blog which is a pity, it’s rare to find a photographer willing to offer their works for public domain. Thanks for the contribution keep it up, hope that you come back soon. – Ashley

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