Apothecary Backroom - Back Alley Clinic

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Location Details
Address: J49 Knockturn Alley, Mysticked District, East End, London, England, United Kingdom
Coordinates: J,4 - 9
Owner: Keenan O'Shea
Type: Business - Apothecary / Under the table Healing
Wealth: Comfortable ($$)


Apothecary Backroom and Back Alley Clinic

The back room of the apothecary is full of barrels and boxes containing extra stock for the store itself. The walls are lined with meticulously organized shelves full of spell components, herbs and medicinal plants. Off to one side is a small desk, kept neat and tidy, where the bookkeeping for the shop takes place. Next to it is a small work spaces with various measuring cups, spoons, mortar and pestle sets, and a set of scales arranged along the back ready to help fill the Apothecaries more complex customer orders.

Private Residence - The O'Shea's Flat

This flat has all the flavor you'd expect from a third floor in a stone building that is reached from a door next to a shop on Diagon Alley. Exposed stone walls, slanting rafters to hold the steep pitched roofs, cozy room size, and stone fireplace. Perhaps the amount of light is surprising, but a few charmed windows have been added to the side rooms, giving more light than just the bank of windows across the front could provide.
The door opens right up to the vista of the living room and the kitchen door straight ahead, while a short hallway to the left leads to a wash room, small guest bedroom and the master bedroom. A charmed window in the guest bedroom (which appears to be never used) looks over an oceanside view. The master bedroom is set back further in the building where the roof gets lower, and might have been small for the skylights that brighten the space and make it seem larger.
Back out in the main living area, a breakfast nook is passed on the way to the kitchen. The kitchen is small, but is easily navigable, and is not cluttered with much more than the basic necessities for cooking. Another barely used room is more formal dining room that opens from the kitchen, and is really only used a pass through to the tiny balcony that is set over the back alley. All in all, the place is furnished sparsely, but not completely spartan. There's enough to feel comfortable, but barely anything more.

Occupants & Employees

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Keenan O'Shea
Healer & Resident

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Veruca O'Shea

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