The former Oasis member Liam Gallagher’s Cotswolds home is worth a whopping £3.5million which has drawn some eyeballs recently.
Take a look inside his home
The huge Grade-II listed country pile is packed with character and is definitely opulent enough for rock’n’roll royalty.
It has been noted that the sitting room boasts a roaring fire with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves enabling the singer to relax with a good time when he’s not penning new solo material. Dating back to the 15 century, the stone-floored dining room has a chandelier above a long table and another impressive hearth.
Continuing the rustic look, the kitchen has pots and pans hanging above an Aga and a solid well-used wooden table with a mix-and-match set of chairs. In the master bedroom, there are exposed wooden beams and a truly massive rug covering the floorboards.
Outside there’s a swimming pool tucked away in the grassy English country garden complete with a pool house. The gravel drive and garage has a huge space for a fancy car collection too.
A resident who spotted Liam taking a look around last week told the Mail:
“There are certainly a lot of famous faces around here and I wonder if he might be the next one because he seemed keen on what he was being shown.
“I only hope he doesn’t fall out with Alex James, who I know as the cheesemaker but my son tells me was in the band Blur, who he says had a big feud with Oasis in the 1990s.”