- 08 Nov 21
25 Upton Green in Liverpool was where The Beatle learned to play the guitar.
The childhood home of George Harrison in Liverpool will be auctioned on November 30, with the property estimated to cost £160,000-200,000 to a new buyer.
It was also where the guitarist learned how to play the guitar before his family left the house in 1962.
The house is back up for auction again after being bought by a Beatles collector in 2014, with auctioneer Paul Fairweather calling the estimated price "a steal".
"George will have learned to play the guitar in this house and the photos of the group gathering there in the early 1960s are amazing to see," he added.
Earlier this year, a special boxset edition of Geroge Harrison's classic solo album All Things Must Pass was released to celebrate the record's 50th anniversary.
This version of the record featured thirty demos of tracks recorded for the album, including some previously unheard tunes.
The original LP was also given a modern remix by engineer Paul Hicks using the original tapes.
On November 30th we'll offer Geoge Harrison's childhood home at auction.
— Omega Auctions (@OmegaAuctions) November 5, 2021