Noel Gallagher’s mansion for sale to the tune of £11.5m
The stucco-fronted property is on one of the most desirable streets in Little Venice, west London.
Former Oasis legend Noel Gallagher, married to publicist Sara MacDonald, has hoisted a 'For Sale' sign on his period property next to Regent’s Canal in London.
What’s the home like?
High ceilings and Juliet balconies are the order of the day in the main, semi-detached house. There’s plenty of space to entertain on the ground and garden level floors, with a double reception room, large kitchen and a separate dining room.
Plus, there’s a spacious master suite on the first floor, and a further three bedrooms on the second floor.
If that’s not enough, there’s also a self-contained mews house, a fully kitted-out gym AND off street parking at the end of the garden – a rare find in this neck of the woods.
Where is it?
The vast house is on Blomfield Road, one of the most desirable streets in Little Venice, west London. It’s tucked away on the banks of the Regent’s Canal and close to the boutique shops and cafes on Clifton Road.
How much is it on for?
Noel is thought to have bought the mansion for £8m in 2010. And despite it reportedly being up for sale for some months, the former Oasis star is holding firm with the £11.5m price tag. Ian Green Residential is the selling agent.
It’s a far cry from the £944,699 average property value in the area. Still, prices have climbed £294,758, or 45.4% in the past five years alone.
The priciest roads in the area are:
- Randolph Road, where properties typically hit £5m
- Clifton Villas, where homes average £4.5m
- Ashworth Road, where properties fetch £3.9m
What is interesting about the area?
Little Venice is where the Regent’s Canal meets the Grand Union Canal. With wide, tree-lined avenues, regency-style terraced houses and pretty houseboats moored on the water, it is a particularly picturesque and discrete corner of London.
It is little wonder that the neighbourhood has attracted numerous celebrity residents, reportedly including Keith Richards, Sir Paul McCartney, Robbie Williams, Lily Allen and Ewan McGregor.