With gentrification, many of the buildings with a connection to the Whitechapel Murders have been converted to flats. Periodically those come on the market and we can take a peek inside. Here's one associated in a general way with the case.
This looks very similar to 26 Dorset Street, apart from the ground floor.
Sorry, Josh, no, you can't compare the house at 26 Dorset Street to the historic house being sold in this listing:
"A grade II listed, Georgian townhouse situated on one of the most desirable streets in Spitalfields. Built in the early 1700's, this charming period home is arranged over five floors and boasts a South-facing rear garden with a purpose built studio."
Apples and oranges. Listed historic building compared to a hovel.
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I stayed in this Landmark Trust property in Princelet Street last year. The layout of the hallway leading through to the yard looks quite similar to that of 29, Hanbury Street (it backs on to properties in Hanbury Street).