Sunday 3 October 2021



Paul used the East Sussex studio to record his McCartney III album
Paul McCartney has spent a lot his time there more recently since the pandemic broke out.
Paul McCartney’s farm is among the most viewed celebrity homes online.
Nestled among the serene High Weald landscape there is hardly a better place to live for a year of lockdowns and social distancing.

But this has not stopped Paul from doing what he loves, as during the pandemic he made use of his recording studio in Icklesham to work on the album 'McCartney III'.

It's fair to say the ex-Beatle has a special touch, as his studio comes in the form of an incredible old converted windmill.

The post mill is on a two-storey roundhouse with four spring sails carries on a cast iron windshaft.  

Another interesting feature is its roof mounted fantail, one of only two surviving post mills in England with this feature, and the only one where this can still be seen.

First built in 1781 in nearby Pett, it was moved to Icklesham nine years later in 1790. It was in the prominent position where it functioned for 130 years until it eventually went out of action in 1920.

Now the old set up of grinding millstones has been converted for use as a recording studio.

The farm in Peasmarsh, near Rye has been ranked the sixth most searched A list home on the web, according to interior designers UNCLE.
Paul’s stunning 160-acre plot - dubbed Blossom Wood Farm - was purchased in 1973.
Last year, Paul revealed that he was isolating at his farm along with his daughter Mary and her family. He spent lockdown on his farm in East Sussex with his daughter Mary and four grandchildren, recording his solo album, McCartney III.



Searches for the homes of Jeremy Clarkson, Eric Clapton, Emma Watson, Harry Styles and Chris Evans were also popular. 
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