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This is how much Scrooge’s home would be worth today

Sunday 7th of February is Charles Dickens’ birthday and is widely recognised as the most successful author of the Victorian era.

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Now, money.co.uk have taken a look at some of the properties mentioned in Charles Dickens’ books to see how much they would be worth today.

Scrooge’s home from A Christmas Carol would be worth a massive £9,800,000 today, Ebenezer Scrooge’s home is located at 45 Lime Street in Central London.

Tiny Tim’s home which is only briefly mentioned in A Christmas Carol is in Camden at number 16 Bayham Street which in the 1800s was far from the trendy place that it is today and is worth £985,000.

Other properties including Miss Havisham’s house in Great Expectations is worth £4,550,000 and the second most expensive property valuation, David Copperfield’s lodgings was estimated at £2,500,000 and Oliver Twist – The Workhouse is priced at £1,820,000 – £2,100,000.

Charles Dickens books are as popular today as ever and we love watching some of his books turned in films including A Christmas Carol.

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