575 Wandsworth Road is a house with decorative wooden fret-work interiors between Battersea and South Lambeth in the city of London.
This National Trust managed property is an early 19th-century, terraced house. The exterior is nothing out of the ordinary, what sets this house apart are the interiors. All the walls, doors and ceilings are beautifully adorned with hand-carved, intricate decorative wooden fret work. They were created by the house’s owner, an Kenyan-born writer, poet, philosopher and civil servant over a period of 20 year. The house is accessed by guided tours and booking is required. Near Wandsworth Road train station.
- No parking, some metered street parking available nearby.
- Table top shop selling souvenirs.
- Please check the 575 Wandsworth Road website for latest opening hours.
Ticket Prices (with gift-aid):
- Adult – £7.60
- Child – £4.50
- Family – £19.50
Prices and opening hours correct as at January 2017.
Before you start your journey to 575 Wandsworth Road for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.