Boris Karloff's home is at the intersection of Tunbridge Lane and Church Lane in Liphook, Hampshire, England. The horror film icon returned to England in 1965 after a five month stay in California, following film work and minor surgery. He bought this two-story cottage, Roundabout, in the supposedly haunted village of Bramshott in early 1966. He spent his last years living here, tending his garden, in between television, Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas (1966) and film roles, The Sorcerers (1967) and Targets (1968). He died in February 1969.