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Home is where the art is...Matchstick man LS Lowry's former home in Manchester could be yours - complete with his paint splattered floor boards in the dining room.<br />
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The famous painter renowned for his matchstick men in urban landscapes lived in The Elms in Mottram, Greater Manchester, for 28 years until his death in 1976 and produced several important works in his studio in what is now the dining room.<br />
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The Grade II listed house, which has a blue plaque dedicated to Lowry on the wall, is now on the market with Bridgfords for offers over £325,000.