Story No. 16 Hampstead

Story No.
 16 Hampstead


'Hampstead NW3 has one of the most sought-after postcodes in the UK, and more millionaires than in other areas. NW3 is known for its intellectual, artistic, musical, and literary associations – and for cobblestone streets, Hampstead Heath, and The Freud Museum. Ian Fleming named one of his greatest villains after his neighbor in NW3, Erno ‘Goldfinger’.

Nestled between Hampstead’s genteel brick houses you find The Parish Church of St. John and its historic graveyard, thought to have inspired scenes in Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897).

Kenwood House in NW3 was film location for the movie ‘Notting Hill’ and both Boy George, George Michael and Karl Marx is known to have hung around in the area.' 

Photo: “Hampstead”, London, UK, 2018.
Photographer and storyteller: Jeanet Lang

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