Noel Gallagher slashes ANOTHER £500K off his London mansion after three years of trying to find a buyer – just a month after dropping the asking price by £2.5million
- Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher has slashed the asking price for his six-bedroom London mansion yet again
- He initially put the house on the market for £11.5million three years ago, after paying £8million for it in 2010
- The six-bedroom house in Little Venice, which boasts three bedrooms and a gym, is listed for £8,495,000
Noel Gallagher has slashed the asking price for his six-bedroom London mansion yet again as he continues to struggle to find a buyer after three years.
The substantial stucco-fronted period property went on sale in 2016 for £11million, before being offered at the ‘bargain’ price of £8,950,000 in December last year.
However the Oasis rocker, 51, has now taken another £500,000 off the Little Venice property, bringing the asking price down to £8,495,000.
Located in a neighborhood full of celebrities, including Kate Moss and Amanda Holden, the singer initially paid £8 million for the five bedroom house in 2010.
The home has three reception rooms and four bathrooms, in addition to a separate one-bedroom annex at the bottom of the garden with another bathroom and a large gym.
Noel Gallagher has slashed the asking price for his six-bedroom London mansion yet again as he continues to struggle to find a buyer after three years. The property, which features a spacious kitchen, pictured, is for sale for £8,495,000
The home has three reception rooms and four bathrooms, in addition to a separate one-bedroom annex at the bottom of the garden with another bathroom and a large gym, pictured
The house, which has five bedrooms, has a lavish living room, with purple velvet sofas and chandeliers hanging form the ceilings. The rocker bought the spacious property for £8million in 2010 so still stands to make a profit
Gallagher left with wife Sara MacDonald, is trying to sell his London property, which features luxurious carpeted stairs, right
The garden of the £1,257-per-square-foot has a modernist-style veranda looking over a substantial lawn skirted on one side by a stone-flagged path lined by silver birches
The exterior of his house is white washed and has some privacy form the road, with trees covering its entrance
The main house features a double reception room on the ground floor with high ceilings and attractive Juliet balconies both to the front and rear.
On the first floor is a master suite leading up to a further three bedrooms on the second floor, according property site Zoopla, which is advertising the house for sale.
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The garden of the £1,257-per-square-foot has a modernist-style veranda looking over a substantial lawn skirted on one side by a stone-flagged path lined by silver birches.
Back at the start of 2016 Gallagher appealed for help in flogging the mansion, appealing to any super-rich readers who might be interested.
A sitting room decorated with a map of Europe and a brightly-coloured carpet. The bottom floor of the house is well illuminated with natural light
A comfortable upstairs living room at Gallagher’s house, which has been reduced in price once again after failing to sell
The dining room is bursting with character, with graphic posters and framed band photos on the wall and a patterned booth
‘If there are any wealthy Russians reading this story give me a call please, because I have a house I’m trying to sell,’ the Oasis star said.
‘I’ve got one on the market and it’s proving very difficult to shift… if you’re a Russian oligarch. I’m upgrading.’
The rocker said he liked to have a spare in case he needed to get away from wife Sara MacDonald.
‘I’m living in one house and I’ve got a spare one, which does come in handy if I have a row with the missus,’ he said.
The price drop to £8,495,000 it will bode well for any buyers, as it means buyers will pay £55,000 less Stamp Duty than before.
A view of one of the corridors on the downstairs floor, pictured, gives an idea of the scale of the property inside
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