John Lennon's former home in the United Kingdom where his first marriage ended has been listed for sale through Knight Frank for $22.2 million.
Called Kenwood, the six-bedroom 1920s stockbroker Tudor-style house is locaetd outside Weybridge, Surrey, is 39km south-west of London.
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Lennon bought the property in 1964 and lived there with his first wife, Cynthia, and son Julian until 1968, when the two split and John linked up with Japanese artist Yoko Ono.
Cynthia Lennon wrote in her 2005 book John' that she returned early from her vacation to find Ono wearing her bathrobe at the property.
The house was later sold in the divorce settlement.
Lennon married Ono in March 1969, and moved to Tittenhurst Park in Ascot in south-east England.
Two years later he moved to New York, where he lived until the fatal shooting in December 1980.
The house occupies a plateau position set around St George’s Hill’s renowned golf course, tennis club and leisure amenities.
Kenwood enjoys uninterrupted views of the Surrey Hills.
The 6,000-square-metre garden, with a new indoor swimming pool complex, features York stone, split level entertaining terraces, low box hedging, specimen plants and herbaceous borders.
It was listed for sale in 2006 at $8.9 million.
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