George Harrison’s childhood home goes under the hammer

George Harrison’s childhood home is up for auction.

The Beatles star – who died of cancer in 2001, aged 58 – moved to 25 Upton Green in Speke, Liverpool, in 1949, when he was just six years old, and he even rehearsed alongside John Lennon and Sir Paul McCartney at the property.

The guitarist’s family moved out of the house in 1962, shortly before George became a global star.

And auctioneer Paul Fairweather has revealed that the house is now estimated to be sold for between £160,000 ($215,00) and £200,000 ($270,000).

The three-bedroom property – which retains some of its original features, including the bath, sink and doors – represents a “steal” at that price, according to the auctioneer.

The house was last on the market seven years ago, when it was sold to a Beatles fan for £156,000…. Read Full Article | https://madison.com/people/george-harrisons-childhood-home-goes-under-the-hammer/article_ede0a04c-01c3-59f9-8580-6101956f1022.html

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