What was the name of Shakespeare's house in Stratford?
In 1597, Shakespeare purchasedNew Place, the second largest house in Stratford-Upon-Avon. The building no longer exists. However, John Shakespeare's house still exists and is said to be the birthplace of William.
By "town house" I presume you want to know the name of his house in London, as opposed to that in Stratford. His Stratford house was called New Place. But in London he mostly lived in rented accommodations and only bought a house in London toward the end of his life when he was ready to retire. It was called the Blackfriars Gatehouse.
After he had become a very rich man through his work in the theatre William Shakespeare bought the second largest house in Stratford, New Place. On Shakespeare's death tenure in the house would automatically have passed to his widow Anne Hathaway. Ownership of the house passed to Shakespeare's daughter Susanna Hall (Shakespeare left the property to Susanna in his will). When Shakespeare's direct line became extinct the house was sold to Sir Edward Walker. By…