Grab yourself a bargain: Noel Gallagher knocks £2 million off the price of his posh London pad

It could be yours for just £8,950,000

Noel Gallagher is selling his house in Little Venice, London, after knocking £2 million off the asking price. The house was originally listed at £11 million but is now priced at £8,950,000.

The six bed semi-detached house, also consists of five bathrooms and three reception rooms and is described as “a substantial stucco fronted period house on Blomfield Road, arguably the most desirable street in Little Venice.”

The listing continues: “This charming property is nestled on the banks of the picturesque Regent’s Canal and is moments away from the boutique shops and cafes of Clifton Road.

It also has “pretty Juliet balconies,” a “great entertainment space on the garden level” and “a separate dining room which leads directly out onto a private patio.”

In the pictures of the house, a John Lennon print, adapted from the cover of his book A Spaniard in the Works, hangs on the wall. There are also two apples (a tribute to the Beatles’ Apple Corps) and a Warhol-style painting of The Beatles.

You can see the listing here.

Earlier this year, Noel Gallagher’s legendary ’90s party house Supernova Heights went on the market. David Walliams bought the five storey property thirteen years ago for the sum of £3.25 million and this year, priced it at £5.35 million.

In the Nineties it was owned by Oasis’ Noel Gallagher, who threw notoriously raucous parties in the Belsize Park house.

Known as Supernova Heights, Gallagher’s house became a regular destination for debauchery. “Raucous parties were commonplace, and drunken guests were regularly seen spilling out of the house, Supernova Heights,” The Guardian reported in 1999. “Fans milled around seven days a week, and loutish groupies staggered around in drunken stupors.”