A grand mews house that was home to Henry Tate's art collection is on the market for £1.8m.

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There are 5 bedrooms<br />
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A grand mews house that was home to Henry Tate's art collection before he gifted it to the Tate Gallery is on the market for £1.8m.<br />
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Henry Tate Mews is part of the former mansion that belonged to the sugar merchant in the late 1800s for 25 years.<br />
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What is now an impressive Grade II* listed double height reception room was his billiard room where he displayed famous Pre-Raphaelite works of art including John Everett Millais' Ophelia.<br />
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The five-bedroom house, which is on the market with Hamptons, also has shared access to the beautiful six acres of gardens that include an orchard, folly and a listed grotto.