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The former guest house where writer Mary Shelley wrote some of her classic horror Frankenstein has gone on sale for £2.38m.<br />
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The four-bedroom property is next to Lake Geneva and has jaw-dropping views of lakes and mountains from every room.<br />
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The author and her future husband poet Percy Shelley stayed at the guest house in 1816 while they were touring the area.<br />
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She was inspired to write the tale of Dr Frankenstein - who uses electricity to reanimate a dead body - after witnessing a violent storm on the lake one evening.