George Everest-Tip and Top of Mussoorie Colonel Sir George Everest was born in (4 July 1790 in Crickhowell, Brecknockshire, wales, or Greenwich, London, England and died on 1 Dec 1866(aged 76) Hyde park gardens, London, England) was a British surveyor and geographer. who served India from 1830 to 1843. He is best known for having Mount Everest, the highest mountain on Earth, named in his honor.
The house is situated in Park Estate about 6 kilometers (4Mi) west of Gandhi Chowk/Library Bazaar,(the west end of Mall Road in Mussoorie).it’s Panoramic views of the Doon Valley our one side and Aglar River valley the Himalayan Range to the north. Everest Owned a house in Mussoorie Uttarakhand, India, for about 11 years. He purchased it sight unseen, from General WHISH. Although now virtually derelict, it still has its roof and there have been various plans to make it into a museum. The house is secured by steel grills and cannot be entered. Now that this property is better known and the access road has been improved, the walls covered with graffiti and then periodically whitewashed clean.