Edward Burne-Jones's home in Rottingdean, as it is today. Kipling's uncle
Though the left-hand building is now called "Prospect Cottage," it is the house that Burne-Jones originally acquired in 1880. Note the blue plaque [close-up] beside the door. In 1889, Burne-Jones also acquired the cottage next door, knocking the two together to make North End House. His studio was in what is now the pink part, behind the row of windows on the first floor (See Lycett 403).
Photograph (2006), commentary and formatting by Jacqueline Banerjee. You may use these images without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or to the Victorian Web in a print document.
- Kipling in Rottingdean, Sussex (1897-1902)
- The Elms, where Kipling lived for some time
- North End House
- Rottingdean, on the Sussex coast. The view eastwards from Rottingdean beach
- Kipling's Garden in Rottingdean
- The Parish Church of St Margaret, Rottingdean
Lycett, Andrew. Rudyard Kipling. London: Phoenix, 2000.
Last modified 17 October 2017