Wilde’s inspiration for Algy’s Mayfair digs up for sale for £14.95m

Half Moon Street home that helped inspire Algernon Moncrieff's bachelor pad in The Importance of Being Ernest hits the market

A 5,000 square foot house on Half Moon Street in Mayfair, thought to have been part of Oscar Wilde’s inspiration for Algernon Moncrieff’s bachelor pad in The Importance of Being Ernest, is being offered for sale with a £14.95m ticket price.

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