The six-bedroom Victorian house in London where author J.M. Barrie (1860-1937) penned the book "Peter Pan" is on the market for about $13,000,000 (Â£6.75 million).
Located in Gloucester Road, across from Kensington Gardens (where a Peter Pan statue stands), the 3,377-square-foot house came on the market earlier this month. Features in the mansion include two large connecting reception rooms that open to a private garden, en suite shower room, a study, a kitchen, a breakfast/dining room, a utility room, a bathroom and two more shower rooms, according to London's Evening Standard. Other features include two balconies that face southwest, and access to communal gardens, the paper reported.