Rolling Stones’ Guitarist Ronnie Wood’s Mansion Hits The Market For $26 Million

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In London, the home once lived in by Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood is now available for purchase at $26 million.

Spanning 12,295 feet, this mansion still contains many features Wood put in as a personal touch for himself during his purchase a decade ago. Some of these include a movie theatre room, a recording studio, and a portrait of bandmate Keith Richard.

Some elements of this property not Wood’s specific includes a 3,425-foot area that is equipped with a pool, hot tub, sauna, and steam room. Also, a billiards room, game room, gym, and office spaces. Visually, the various chandeliers, sculptures, and medieval embellishments throughout the home are all in Wood’s Gothic design style. Not to mention this home is three stories tall with 13 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms.

If you are not into just rock history, this iconic home was originally built to be a hunting lodge for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert.

Located just on the edge of Richmond Park, this energy-efficient mansion has all you could ever need. In fact, when Dorothy said “There’s no place like home” I think she was referring to Ronnie Wood’s house.

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