Gads Hill Place, Home of Charles Dickens
Gads Hill Place, Home of Charles Dickens

Victorian illustration to download showing a picture of Gads Hill Place, Kent, the home of the novelist Charles Dickens from 1856 until his death in 1870. Dickens first saw the house as a boy of 9 when his father told him that if he worked hard, he could own a house like this.

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