Inside Liam Gallagher's £4m home in London which boasts a library
Inside Liam Gallagher’s £4million home: Former Oasis frontman’s five-bedroom mansion in one of London’s quietest streets boasts a stunning library and huge garden
- Liam is thought to be moving in to his mock Tudor style home and settling down with fiancée Debbie Gwyther
- The property has five bedrooms, a library and luxury bathrooms as well as wooden beams in several rooms
- Rocker reportedly left his former home, a £2.1m pad in nearby Highgate, after arguments with neighbours
He’s the rowdy rocker known for his opinionated outbursts.
And it seems that Liam Gallagher has decided to swap his previous city pad for a serene mock Tudor style mansion in one of north London’s quietest streets.
The former Oasis frontman, 47, and his fiancée Debbie Gwyther, 38, spent almost £4million on the luxurious home back in May and now snaps from inside the five-bedroom property show its impressive interior.
Settling down: Liam Gallagher, 47, and his fiancée Debbie Gwyther, 38, recently bought the newly restored, five-bedroom property in North London (pictured together in 2018)
The sizeable house has elegant features including landscaped gardens, several hand-carved fireplaces, wooden beams and an impressive staircase to the two upper floors.
Other pictures show a spacious kitchen with a large island in the middle as well as built-in white cupboards for extra storage on three of the rooms walls.
While another snap shows one of the home’s bathrooms, which boasts a checkerboard floor and beautiful view of the trees in the garden.
And if Liam was looking for somewhere to relax, the library appears to be the perfect place and even has a secret door built into the shelves to create the perfect quiet escape.
Stunning: The mock Tudor style home comes with a large back garden and spacious driveway
Oasis of calm: A library room jam-packed with DVDs could be the perfect place to unwind and even has a secret door
There’s also a huge back garden, perfect for entertaining in, which is split into a couple of sections including a patio space and large grass area.
As for the property’s five bedrooms, large windows make sure that light can flood in and many of the rooms have stunning wood beams on show.
Materials are thought to have come from a show home created for the British Empire Exhibition in 1924 and the local council has put the property on its heritage list because of its ‘historical significance’.
It is the first home that the musician and Debbie, his former personal assistant, have bought together. The couple paid around £4million for the property.
Wow: A wooden staircase commands attention in the hallway of the home and complements the stunning wooden doors
Stunning: The kitchen boasts a large island in the middle and built in storage on three of the walls
Style: A checkerboard pattern floor stands out in one of the house’s spacious bathrooms
So much space: As for the property’s five bedrooms, large windows make sure that light can flood in
The pair got engaged last summer while on holiday on Italy’s Amalfi Coast.
Its previous owner was QC Dinah Rose, a human rights barrister who is becoming president of Magdalen College, Oxford, in September.
Liam reportedly left his former home, a £2.1million pad in nearby Highgate, following arguments with neighbours.
The loudmouth singer denied he had described locals there as ‘prats’ but appears to be seeking a more sedate lifestyle at his new home.
Extra details: Some of the rooms, such as a smaller upstairs bedroom, have gorgeous brick fireplaces
Renovated: Materials for Liam’s new house are thought to have come from a show home created for the British Empire Exhibition in 1924
Impressive: Opulent rugs and blinds perfectly show off the dark wood floors in this hallway space at the north London home
Dinner party: The kitchen is so spacious that an eight-seat dining table can fit in with plenty of room to spare
Little touches: Wooden beams can be seen in the majority of the rooms, helping to add a special touch to the property
Bright: Large windows flood the rooms with light, creating great light spaces to relax
Despite its relative seclusion, locals may have to get used to a neighbour who enjoys a party. Liam had already pitched a tent in the back garden to act as a pub during lockdown when his purchase was first reported in May.
And while Liam may have opted for a quieter domestic life, the coronavirus outbreak has had little impact on his feud with brother Noel.
In April things escalated when Noel released a previously unheard Oasis track which does not feature vocals of Liam, who then tweeted that releasing Oasis demos is the only way his sibling ‘is gonna stay relevant’.
Liam also recently revealed he and his Oasis bandmates once stole a combine harvester to try and spy on The Stone Roses while they recorded new music.
Perfect for entertaining: The large garden has a separate patio area as well as a large grass area
Chill zone: A window seat makes the perfect spot to kick back after a long day making music
First home: This huge pad is the first property Liam and Debbie, his former personal assistant, have bought together
The band were recording their debut album Definitely, Maybe at Rockfield Studios in South Wales at the same time as their fellow Mancunian rockers were working on new tracks, so the singer decided to snoop around.
Detailing the prank in a documentary about the recording studio in Monmouthshire, in an excerpt obtained by The Sun on Tuesday, Liam said: ‘We went to have a f******g little snoop. It was, “right what the f*** are they up to?” as they hadn’t been doing anything for three years.
‘I’m on about a proper combine harvester – ones you’ve got to get a ladder up to and it’s miles up. Off we f*****g go, crawling down the road with the big f*****g lights on.
‘It looked bonkers. We drove it in, turned the lights off and rolled out like something out of The Professionals. We could hear some f*****g bassline and drums.
Admitting they ‘got caught’ by their fellow Mancunians, Liam said the two bands enjoyed ‘a spliff and that’ before leaving, but The Stone Roses pranked them with a tractor the next day.
Tranquil: The large outside space provides lots of spots for making the most of the hot weather during lockdown
Extra storage: A small shed is also included in the property and is tucked away nicely at the end of the garden
Childhood home: Mum Peggy brought up Liam, Noel and their other brother Paul in a semi-detached in Burnage, Manchester
Lavish living: From 1991 – 1996, as Oasis made their name, Liam lived in a penthouse in Muswell Hill, London
Quaint: From 2006 – 2010 he lived in a quaint two-bedroom cottage in Hampstead, eventually selling the property in 2014
Nice! While in 2012 Liam snapped up a two-bedroom condo in this New York landmark for $2.5million
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