The Chelsea home of the Dowson Family, also known as Bellevue Lodge, is opposite Battersea Bridge on the busy corner with Beaufort Street and now separated from the Thames by four lanes of near continuous traffic. Despite this it was on the market in 2015 for £22M. It was built in the late 18thC and is Grade II listed. The Dowsons appear to have vacated it soon after Margaret's death and it was occupied by the artist Charles Condor until his death in 1909.
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