George Harrison’s Childhood Home Going Up For Auction

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 d├ęcor.

(Photo: The Harrison Family)

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