George Harrison’s Childhood Home Going Up For Auction
The home where George Harrison spent his childhood is going up for auction on November 30.
According to a listing from Omega Auctions, Harrison and his family moved into the home in Speke, Liverpool, in 1950 when he was just 6 years old and they lived there until 1962.
During this period, the house became a regular rehearsal venue for the Beatles lead guitarist and his bandmates Paul McCartney and John Lennon.
Omega Auctions also shared a picture of Harrison, holding a guitar, outside the family home in Speke.
Auctioneer Paul Fairweather said the spacious 3 bedroom house is estimated to be auctioned at a price range of $216,000-$270,000.
Harrison’s family home has undergone a complete renovation with a hallway, lounge, kitchen/dining room and a family-sized rear garden.
However, a number of original features at the property still remain and include the bath, sink, some original doors, hanging rails in wardrobes and outbuildings complete with original doors and décor.
(Photo: The Harrison Family)
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