At a mere £15 million...

A Surrey mansion once owned by John Lennon has gone on sale, valued at £15 million.

John Lennon's life and music continue to resonate on a global scale. When the Olympics came into town, the music of The Beatles could be heard throughout the opening and closing ceremonies.

So news that a Surrey mansion once owned by John Lennon has gone on sale has caused an enormous stir. The former Beatle lived at Kenwood mansion in the St George's Hill area of Weybridge in the mid to late 60s.

Using the mansion as a base, he is thought to have penned some of his best known work at Weybridge. Certainly, several tracks from 'Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band' are thought to have been conjured up at the country manor.

Estate agent Knight Frank is handling the sale of the 1920s mansion, which also boasts an indoor pool and gardens stretching across 1.5 acres.

The house is described in a Knight Frank listing as: "An original 1920's Tarrant house, Kenwood is situated at the heart of the exclusive St George's Hill Estate, acknowledged as one of the UK's premier private residential addresses.

"The house occupies a superb plateau position set around St George's Hill's renowned golf course, tennis club and leisure amenities. Kenwood overlooks magnificent landscaped gardens and grounds and enjoys uninterrupted views of the Surrey Hills."

Bidding starts at £15 million. Full details HERE.

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