Luxury Homes Owned John Lennon Reportedly Will be For Sale
Luxury Homes Owned John Lennon Reportedly Will be For Sale. Homes of the late John Lennon, reportedly will soon be sold. For those who really love to death with a lead singer of The Beatles, of course the price of US $ 9 million.
As reported www.mirror.co.uk, the house is a historic place for the renowned musicians. The house is located in St George’s Hill, Surrey, was bought when he was 24 years old, with a price GBP20.000.
The house measuring 3.6 thousand square meters, which means 12 times bigger than the average size of existing homes in the UK. In it, there are six bedrooms, six living rooms, and six bathrooms.
The size was also fairly spacious garden, which is 1.5 hectares. Plus a swimming pool located in the room anyway. The pools are modern with a shower, and change clothes for sauna facilities.
While the kitchen and dining room is decorated with a dining table made of granite. Also her living room is very spacious with a beautiful view of the back yard. Not only that, a spiral staircase model will also bring the inhabitants to the cinema and a steam room, while underneath there is a large fireplace.
The luxurious house was built by Love & Sons in 1913, and later purchased and occupied by Lennon shared with his first wife, Cynthia and his son Julian. But after a divorce in 1968, Lennon decided to sell his house and he received an offer of GBP40.000.
Now, the house was sold. Previous price GBP13,75 million has been offered, but nobody bought it. Finally, the price dropped this week with GBP8,95 million. In addition to live, this house also had an inspiration Lennon in making hits of The Beatles, such as Ticket to Ride and I Am The Walrus.
The house is not the only legacy of the Beatles property to be sold. Parties Kay & Co will also sell three bedrooms in the apartment block Knights bridge, once occupied by George Harrison and Ringo Starr.
If it is not interested in buying luxury homes and bedrooms, maybe fans can simply enjoy the collections of stamps from Lennon. In addition to a career as a musician, he is apparently also a philatelist. He was fond of collecting stamps since he was ten years old.
The stamp he can from his cousin and brother granting of the letters he received from New Zealand and America. On the stamp was visible image of Queen Victoria and King George VI.
Not only Lennon, apparently the lead singer of the band Queen, Freddie Mercury, was also fond of collecting stamps since the age of nine. He collected stamps from his native Zanzibar and the British Empire. Stamp collection belonging to Lennon and Freddie will be on display at the exhibition Stampex, London on September 14 to 17, 2016.