Skip to content
London

575 Wandsworth Road

An extraordinary home and work of art

575 Wandsworth Road, Lambeth, London, London, SW8 3JD

Candles and picture postcards on a mantlepiece with decorative fretwork at 575 Wandsworth Road, London

Important notice

575 Wandsworth Road is currently closed for essential conservation until Spring 2024. We'll be open for pre-booked tours on Thursdays and Fridays from 2 May. Tickets for the first month of tours will be released on 25 April.

Planning your visit

A white teapot on a stand with other china ware in the background at 575 Wandsworth Road
Article
Article

Booking your visit to 575 Wandsworth Road 

Discover everything you need to know about booking your visit to this intricately decorated home and elaborate work of art, tucked away in the middle of London.

Blonde woman wearing a red scarf in awe of the intricate fretwork in the hallways of 575 Wandsworth Road, framed by the painted doorway to the sitting room.

Group visits to 575 Wandsworth Road

Would you like to bring a special interest or school group to this unique place? Please get in touch with us via email on 575wandsworthroad@nationaltrust.org.uk to get the ball rolling.

Visitors exploring the impressive interiors at 575 Wandsworth Road, London, a grade II-listed Georgian terraced house, turned into a work of art by Kenyan born novelist and civil servant, Khadambi Asalache.

Can't visit us in person?

We are also able to offer virtual tours and talks for groups. Email 575wandsworthroad@nationaltrust.org.uk to learn more.