Alfred Hitchcock Home
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The top two floors of 153 Cromwell Road are where Alfred Hitchcock and his wife, screenwriter Alma Reville, spent their early married years from 1926 to 1939. Their daughter Patricia was born in the house and the dining room was often used for working on film projects. In 1999, Patricia celebrated what would have been her father’s 100th birthday by unveiling a blue plaque on the side of the building. Now privately owned, the general public aren’t able to enter the building, but fans of the ‘Master of Suspense’ will appreciate seeing a small slice of his London life.