Tuesday 5 April 2022


The terraced house sold at auction for £171,000 and Beatles fans can now stay there
nside George Harrison's childhood home 25 Upton Green in Speke, which has now been turned into airbnb after it was bought at auction for £171,000 by Beatles fan Ken Lambert
The childhood home of George Harrison is set to open as an Airbnb for Beatles fans after it sold at auction for £171,000.

George Harrison moved into the terraced house at 25 Upton Green in Speke in 1949 when he was six years old, and remained there until the 1960s. It was during his time at the house that George met Paul McCartney and John Lennon, and the three held some of their first rehearsals there.
Beatles fan Ken Lambert, 48, from the USA, bought the house when it went under the hammer with Omega Auctions in November.


Ken told the ECHO: "I’m a big Beatles fan and George is my favourite Beatle. When the Beatles broke up I was a big fan of George and followed his music and all the things he did outside the Beatles.
"I saw that it [George's childhood home] was available for sale just in my news web feed. It was on every platform - BBC, CNN, New York Post - I then decided to place a bid on it. I wasn’t necessarily thinking I would win. "I wanted to put a bid on it and try, and then when I realised I have won, the hammer went down if you will, then I was like OK it’s real now. The condition [of the house] was pretty good, better than maybe people would think. It was in pretty good shape but it was totally vacant."

The three bedroom family home still bears some of the period features from when the Harrisons were residents including its bath, sink, some original doors, hanging rails in wardrobes and outbuildings complete with original doors and decor.

Ken is keen to create a unique experience for Beatles fans at the house, where they can sleep in George's former bedroom. The living room of the property has a retro feel with floral wallpaper and a guitar that guests can play in the same room where George, Paul and John rehearsed.

Photos of George growing up and the Fab Four performing during their early days are also dotted around the house. People can book to stay for a minimum of two nights from Monday, April 4, with the cost ranging from £200-£300 per night depending on the date. 

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