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Hampstead, Greater London. Old Hampstead on the hilltop is also largely 18th-century. It became fashionable on account of its wells, hence Flask Walk and Well Walk, where Keats and Constable lived. Keats spent more time in a house now called Lawn Bank, which used to be Wentworth Place when the present Keats Grove was called John Street. Lawn Bank has become the Keats Memorial House and contains many personal relics of the poet. Fenton House, built about 1693, is also open to the public and has a charming garden and a fine collection of furniture, porcelain and musical instruments. The public is admitted to Kenwood, halfway between Hampstead and Highgate. It was the seat of the Earl of Mansfield in the reign of George III, reconstructed by Robert Adam in 1767, given to the nation by Lord Iveagh in 1927, and houses a fine collection of paintings and furniture. In its magnificent grounds with their woods and a lake open-air concerts are given on summer evenings. The music comes across the water to crowds sitting on the hillside. No one visiting Hampstead should fail to see Church Row with its 18th-century church. The steep road from it to the summit of the Heath passes through the fascinating cluster of streets and old houses known as Hampstead Village. Famous residents were the great tragic actress, Sarah Siddons, the Victorian author and artist George du Maurier, and John Galsworthy. The road connecting Hampstead with Highgate passes two famous inns, Jack Straw's Castle and the Spaniards. Both have gardens for refreshment in summer. Dickens liked to walk or ride out to Hampstead and take a chop at the former. The latter is mentioned in The Pickwick Papers.

Nearby towns: Barnet, Bushey, Camden Town, Golders Green, Highgate, Islington, St. Johns Wood, Watford

Nearby suburbs: Bloomsbury, Cricklewood, East Finchley, Harrow, Hendon, Hornsey, Lower Holloway, Maida Vale, Marylebone, St. Pancras, Upper Holloway, Willesden, Willesden Green

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