miércoles, 27 de marzo de 2013

George Harrison’s ‘Blue Jay Way’ Former Rental Sells for $3.8 Million

The former home of English musician George Harrison, where he famously was inspired to write “Blue Jay Way” has been sold for $3.8 million.
After first appearing on the market in April 2012 with an asking price of $4.599 million, the home has now closed for $3.8 million and is located near all of the essentials of Beverly Hills, the Sunset Strip and Century City, according to the listing.
LA Curbed reports that Harrison rented the home back in 1967 and while waiting for friends to arrive, he began playing a Hammond organ left by the landlord and wrote ‘Blue Jay Way’, which ultimately landed on The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour.
The 4,116-square-foot Mid-Century U-shaped home features walls of glass, a screening room, large living spaces and a pool/sauna in the center, which is accessible from all sliding doors. There are also three bedrooms and three bathrooms, an open floor plan idea for indoor/outdoor living, and a verbal approval to build up to 28 feet, adding to the overall square footage, according to the listing.
The single-family home includes city, ocean and Park/Green belt views.

by Alison Cavatore

Source: http://www.hauteliving.com/2013/03/george-harrison%E2%80%99s-%E2%80%98blue-jay-way%E2%80%99-former-rental-sells-for-3.8-million/348124/

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