The Tales from a Poet’s Abode…
Inspired by the life of the poet – the ‘Ghost of Piccadilly’ is the story of a 12th scale historical house which has enjoyed world wide recognition – however, the story is FAR from over!
‘Of All Romances in Miniature… Perhaps this is the Best Shape in which Romance Can Appear.’ ~ Lord Byron
Inspired by the life of the fabulous poet Lord Byron – ‘The Ghost of Piccadilly’ is the story of a 12th scale historical house which has enjoyed world wide recognition – however, the story is FAR from over!
“Walked early to look at my old house in Piccadilly – saw into the room where I have sat with him, and felt as if I had lived there with a friend who was long since dead to me.
No sense of past agony – all mournfully soft.”
“As everything in my ‘real’ world becomes crazier with each passing day, I really wish that I could shrink and move to Piccadilly Terrace as a perpetual house guest.
AND preferably with chocolate to enjoy, books to read, NO bills to pay OR any dishes to clean and NO laundry to attend to.”
”It’s a nice enough house and big enough for this feline to get lost in as I have to protect my paws when Lord Byron’s bad-tempered hound is on the prowl.
BUT it is a rather chilly house as there is NO central heating AND sooty whiskers is NEVER a good look!”
If you ever want to know what life was like in the year 1815 – take a look around inside 13 Piccadilly Terrace and you’ll learn something about the poet Lord Byron too!
A masterpiece in miniature…
“I really love this big house and wish that I could visit all the time – BUT to be allowed to play with it would be even better!
I wouldn’t like to live in it though as I can see NO toys and I’d miss my IPad and colouring pencils too much…”