The former home of John Lennon is back up for sale! The 6 bedroomed property in the exclusive area of St George’s Hill in Weybridge, Surrey is on the market for just shy of £14 million!
Kenwood is believed to be the place where a number of songs were written for the album, Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, which included tracks such as ‘With a little help from my friends’. Lennon bought the house for £20,000 in July 1964 and lived there until 1968. The property is also in close proximity to ‘Sunny Heights’, the former home of Ringo Starr and only a short drive from ‘Kinfauns’, George Harrison’s former home in Esher.
The nearly 12,000 square foot home comes with 1.5 acres of land and boasts 6 bedrooms, 6 receptions, heated swimming pool with sauna and a full size snooker table.
In 2006, the property went back on the market for an asking price of £5.95 million and achieved £5.8 million in 2007. Since then it has undergone extensive refurbishment and is being marketed by Knight Frank for £13,750,000.
With neighbours such as singer, Cliff Richard, Bollywood star, Shilpa Shetty, and Chelsea football striker, Didier Drogba, it’s hard to imagine this mansion in London’s ‘Beverley Hills’ will be unoccupied for long!
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