According to the newspaper The Times, the house in Weybridge (Surrey) about 40 kilometers from London appreciated almost 14 million pounds (about 23 million dollars).
Lennon bought the mansion in July 1964 for 20,000 pounds. Here he lived with his first wife Cynthia to divorce. It is believed that in this house Lennon created a number of songs for the eighth album The Beatles - "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", was released in 1967.
In the " Kenwood " There are six bedrooms , a sauna , a billiard room and a home theater. Furthermore, together with the mansion sold land in 0.6 hectares , and is situated on a house maid and an indoor pool .
As pointed out by AOL Money UK, in August 2012 the owner of the mansion was trying to sell it for 15 million pounds , but buyers have not been found. In February 2013th cost was slightly reduced , but the house while so no one was interested. Real estate professionals believe that the " Kenwood " will be able to gain no more than nine million pounds.
In 2006, the house put up for sale, estimated it at about six million pounds.