|Location||Holland Park, West London, England|
|Architectural style(s)||Arts and Crafts|
|Governing body||Privately owned|
|Official name: Debenham House|
|Designated||15 April 1969|
Debenham House (or Peacock House) at 8 Addison Road is a large detached house in the Holland Park district of Kensington and Chelsea, W14. Built in the Arts and Crafts style by the architect Halsey Ricardo, it is a Grade I listed building.
The house was designed for department store owner Ernest Ridley Debenham. Debenham had previously lived in another house designed by Halsey, at 57 Melbury Road in Holland Park. The house only became known as Debenham House after it was sold on Sir Ernest's death.
The exterior of the house was used in the film Secret Ceremony, directed by Joseph Losey. Elizabeth Taylor's character Leonora resided at the house in the film. Debenham House has also featured in the television series What the Butler Saw and Spooks.
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