Heritage Category: Listed Building

Grade: II

List Entry Number: 1113113

Date first listed: 14-May-1974

Statutory Address: 20, MARESFIELD GARDENS


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Statutory Address: 20, MARESFIELD GARDENS

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County: Greater London Authority

District: Camden (London Borough)

National Grid Reference: TQ 26482 84855


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TQ2684NW MARESFIELD GARDENS 798-1/49/1107 (East side) 14/05/74 No.20


Detached house, now a museum. Early C20. Red brick with rusticated brick quoins. Tiled roof with 3, tall chimney-stacks and upswept eaves with modillion eaves cornice. C17 style. 2 storeys and attic. 5 windows plus asymmetrically set 3-window canted entrance bay. Doorway with cornice-head flanked by console-brackets supporting broken pediment hood; door with panels shaped to oculus. Subsidiary part-glazed panelled door to left. Flat arches to flush framed sashes with exposed boxing. Entrance bay with tall transom and mullion windows to 1st floor. INTERIOR not inspected. HISTORICAL NOTE: plaque records this as the home of Sigmund Freud in exile from the summer of 1938 until his death in September 1939. Following his death the house was lived in by Anna Freud (d.1982), his daughter and herself a leading psychoanalyst. In 1986 the house was opened as a museum reflecting the life and work of father and daughter, including the former's collection of antiquities and much of his furniture, including 'The Couch'.

Listing NGR: TQ2648284855


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