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George Harrison's Swiss Mansion For Sale

Mar. 21st, 2012 | Comments 6 | Make a Comment   
Photo Courtesy of Curbed.com
Before Beatles legend George Harrison died in November of 2001, he scooped up this palatial piece of Swiss real estate in the prestigious city of Montagnola, and it has just hit the market, according to Curbed.com. Harrison stayed at the 1.6-acre home while he was undergoing treatment for a brain tumor at a local clinic. The property contains a 10,800-square-foot main house, a separate 1,800-square-foot building used for staff quarters or a guest house, 800-square-foot brick castle, marble mosaic floors, four-floor elevator, manicured gardens, pool, and treehouse among other luxurious amenities. AOL Real Estate reports that Harrison bought the house for $10 million but the current listing price is being kept quiet and only given to qualified buyers.

Go to Curbed.com to learn more.


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6 Comments on this Article

vision20 commented on September 9, 2012

Lovely but a bit antiquated.

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Sweet Sue Ohio commented on August 16, 2012

Love it. It should go quickly!

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steve commented on July 24, 2012

I Love this place and appreciate how when Harrison was diagnosed as terminal he moved to Switzerland to avoid paying the HUGE estate taxes in England

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RichTeez commented on June 16, 2012

I'd be interested in seeing the interior. The grounds look lovely.

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Michael Surguladze commented on March 30, 2012

The history attached to this property makes it a priceless commodity

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CoLoR349 commented on March 21, 2012

Spectacular!

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