3 Pond Street, Hampstead, now a Pain Quotidien outlet.
LIVED AND WORKED IN
A BOOKSHOP ON THIS SITE
The bookshop was Booklovers' Corner run by Francis and Myfanwy Westrope. Orwell used his experience here for parts of his novel Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1936). He wrote about his time at Booklovers' Corner in the essay 'Bookshop Memories' (1936). Unfortunately, vandals have chipped off Orwell's face on the plaque.
Orwell was forced to move out of Pond Road early in 1935, and came to a flat here, 77 Parliament Hill, next to Hampstead Heath.
In June 1935 he moved to Kentish Town (see my link at the bottom).
And many years later, in Canonbury Square, Canonbury, Islington:
NOVELIST & ESSAYIST
LIVED AT 27B
George Orwell: 'Bookshop Memories'
George Orwell in Kentish Town