Home of famous Irish playwright G.B. Shaw
Bernard Shaw lived in this Edwardian Arts & Crafts-influenced house from 1906 until his death in 1950. The rooms remain much as he left them, with many literary and personal effects evoking the individuality and genius of this great dramatist. The kitchen and outbuildings are evocative of early 20th-century domestic life. Shaw's writing hut is hidden at the bottom of the garden, which has richly planted borders and views over the Hertfordshire countryside
Name and credits for images of Shaw's Corner,Ayot St Lawrence
Description of image - Exterior of Shaw's Corner seen from the garden.
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Credit for photograph: Colin R. Chalmers
Copyright: ©NTPL/Colin R. Chalmers
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