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 (£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.

Check out the Evening Standard's recent coverage of the listing -- complete with a photo -- here. And Deidre over at Luxist made the house her estate of the day back on January 16.