Brian Jones' House (former)

The co-founding member, guitarist and multi-instrumentalist in the rock group The Rolling Stones, lived and died here at ‘Cotchford Farm’. He bought the home in 1968 and tragically was found dead in the swimming pool in 1969.

The home was also formerly owned by AA Milne author of the “Winnie-the-Pooh” story
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@ 2015-10-13 11:17:19
Brian wasn't a co-founder of the Rolling Stones he was THE founder,he recruited Mick and Keith along with Dick Taylor from the Blue Boys.Dick soon left and later formed the Pretty Things. Brian named the band The Rolling Stones and replaced Taylor with Bill Wyman