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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.
The four-bedroom property is next to Lake Geneva and has jaw-dropping views of lakes and mountains from every room.
The author and her future husband poet Percy Shelley stayed at the guest house in 1816 while they were touring the area.
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.