Mansion where John Lennon wrote ‘Sgt Pepper’s…’ songs up for sale for £14 million

Lennon brought Kenwood in 1964

The Surrey mansion where John Lennon wrote the songs for The Beatles’ 1967 album ‘Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’ is up for sale.

The six-bedroom property in Weybridge, Surrey, where Lennon lived between 1964 and 1968 is on the market for £14 million, The Times reports.

Lennon bought the property, known as Kenwood, for £20,000 on July 15, 1964 and lived there with his first wife Cynthia. He is believed to have penned a number of songs for the album, which features classic tracks ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’ and ‘A Day In The Life’, while living there.

Clips of a home movie showing Lennon at Kenwood in 1967 were used in the 1988 film Imagine: John Lennon.

The house, which has been refurbished, has six reception rooms, six bathrooms, 1.5 acres of land and a swimming pool. It is close to Sunny Heights – Ringo Starr’s former home and Kinfauns, where George Harrison lived in Esher.