Cynthia Lennon

John Lennon’s $20M Britain Mansion Remains Unsold



The English mansion where John Lennon once lived at the height of his Beatles fame is still on the market — 18 months after it was put up for sale.

The rocker lived in the six-bedroom property, named Kenwood, in Surrey, England between 1964 and 1968 with his then-wife Cynthia after buying it for $30,000.

It originally went up for sale in 2012 with the owner asking for $22.5 million for the property, but the price has since dropped to $20.6 million.

Clips from a home movie showing Lennon at the house were included in the 1988 film John Lennon: Imagine.

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Julian Lennon Show at Morrison Hotel Bowery makes history. CBS Sunday Morning to broadcast event this Sunday morning, October 3rd.

Brothers share a loving hug. Photo: Rick Edwards

L-R: Cynthia Lennon, Yoko Ono Lennon, Sean Lennon, Julian Lennon, Anthony Mason of CBS and CBS Cameraman. 
Julian Lennon show at Morrison Hotel Bowery makes history.CBS Sunday Morning to broadcast event thisSunday morning, October 3rd. The evening was being documented by the cameras of CBS Sunday Morningwhich will broadcast our event and interviews with Julian Lennon this Sunday morning, October 3rd. Please check your local listings.