George Harrison's House

George Harrison's House
George Harrison's House
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By BermudaBreeze @ 2007-12-22 09:03:05
This is Friar Park a 120-room Victorian neo-Gothic mansion previously owned by the eccentric Sir Frank Crisp and bought by the Beatle George Harrison in 1970. Harrison was photographed amongst garden gnomes located in the garden for the cover of All Things Must Pass, and again with his father Harry a few years later, with the photo appearing in his album Thirty Three & 1/3. Harrison and his wife Olivia restored the extensive gardens and water features originally designed by Crisp.
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Front Gates to Friar Park
Friar Park - Hot air ballon view
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Entrance to Friar Park
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@ 2007-12-22 09:18:58
Welcome to VGT! Looks like we have a new champion of the celeb scene in Europe.
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@ 2012-05-24 13:19:24
How absolutely fantastic is Friar Park! Such a beautiful place, by far the most beautiful I have ever seen. And also, owned by the fantastic George Harrison, who is my hero.