Book George Harrison’s Childhood Home For Your English Vacation

George Harrison’s childhood home is on Airbnb. It’s beautiful, quaint, very English, very dapper.

The owner, Ken Lambert, paid about $223,000 (£171,000) for the house in an online auction.

It’s currently listed at $246.02 (£200) per night, which isn’t bad when you consider what you’re getting. You get the entire 3 bed 1 bath townhouse.

“I had to make sure that it was reasonable…I’m a big Beatles fan,” Lambert told Seacoastonline.

Lambert meticulously curated the legend’s childhood home. The aim was to reflect what it must have looked like when Harrison was living there as a kid (1950-1962).

Harrison at his home. Via AirBnB.
Trying to keep a similar charm as the original look.

The house comes complete with a modern kitchen with new appliances and a plethora of neatly placed Beatles photos. There’s also a record player complete with Beatles 45s and LPs, as well as an acoustic guitar.

Lambert told the New York Post that as soon as he walked into the house, he decided to buy the acoustic guitar from a shop in Liverpool. He “left the guitar there as a working prop.”

Lambert refers to the house as a “living museum.” The National Trust of the United Kingdom preserved McCartney’s and Lennon’s childhood homes. This is the first homage (no pun intended) to Harrison.

George Harrison’s childhood home is at 25 Upton Green in Liverpool and is a mere 5-minute drive from the John Lennon Airport. Therefore, you could probably walk there. Stay, drink some tea, strum a guitar. Above all, imagine what it felt like to be a budding legend.

“I’m really quite simple. I plant flowers and watch them grow… I stay at home and watch the river flow.”— George Harrison

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