Penthouse With Ties To Mick Jagger Hits Market in London Priced at £8.95 million, the apartment has six bedrooms and nearly 600 square feet of outdoor space.
A 4,000-square-foot penthouse hit the market in London’s Marylebone neighborhood earlier this summer for £8.95 million (US $11.64 million). And its landmarked building, known as Harley House, has at different points been home to rock star Mick Jagger, actress and author Joan Collins and Thomas Beechem, founder of the London Symphony Orchestra.
Jon Bon Jovi’s recently put his upscale Manhattan penthouse, which he purchased in 2007 and invested in heavily, on the market for $42 million.
Pete’s Cornish retreat
The former home of Pete Townshend is on the market. The Who’s guitarist owned the house near Mawnan Smith, 12 miles from Truro, for more than a decade until he sold it in 2007, and used it as a base for sailing on the nearby Helford River.
Historic Wick House on Richmond Hill, West London. Home to a number of celebrities including actor John Mills, Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood and guitarist Pete Townshend.
Holmshurst Manor is the Jacobean mansion located in Burwash, East Sussex, where Roger Daltrey has lived with his family since 1970. Roger bought it after selling his cottage in Hurst to production manager John Wolff and paid it under the price of £39.000. He also bought it because he thought it would be the perfect home for the family that he and Heather wanted to have.
“I bought it because I needed it and it needed me. Sounds silly, but that’s how it was.I didn’t have the money to buy it. I was just sort of looking at houses because I love old buildings, but when I saw this one I knew I had to live here.”
Amy Winehouse’s £2.8 million house in Camden Square, London is where the singer lived and was found dead at 27. Since her death in July 2011, fans have carved out a shrine in front of the home’s gated entrance, in Camden Square, London, has a retro black-and-white checkered kitchen, a gym, sound-proofed walls and opens out onto private gardens.
Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones live and died at Cotchford Farm in Sussex. It had previously been owned by A.A. Milne, creator and author of the “Winnie the Pooh” stories, who lived here with his wife, Daphne, and son Christopher Robin for three decades.
This is Pink Floyd’s £1.2 million house in Stanhope Gardens, Highgate, London. The band used to go by the name Leonard’s Lodgers, inspired by their former college tutor-turned-landlord, Mike Leonard, who rented rooms in this London home during the mid-1960s.