Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page lived in a Gothic tower house in 'relaxing' part of the UK

Jimmy Page Holland Park

Jimmy Page owned a distinctive property

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 06/11/2023

- 05:00

Updated: 06/11/2023

- 10:54

Jimmy Page lived in an unmissable property located in a beautiful park

Jimmy Page owns a stunning home in the British capital.

The founding member and guitarist of Led Zeppelin lived in the same property for many years.

Jimmy was born in London and grew up in nearby Surrey.

However, he chose to move back to the city and bought a 13th century Gothic property.

Holland Park

Holland Park has a beautiful Japanese garden


The late Victorian townhouse, named Tower House, is located in Kensington and Chelsea.

It has red brick on the outside and an unmissable cylindrical tower.

Inside, the house has high ceilings, stained glass windows and luxurious wooden floors.

Jimmy decorated it with plenty of artwork and the house is brimming with history.

Although the property may be in London, it offers plenty of privacy.

It can be found in Holland Park, a beautiful green space in west London.

Holland Park is a must see for anyone seeking some tranquillity in London.

The park includes a Japanese garden, a rose garden and the Jacobean Holland House.

Holland Park

It is a popular spot for those looking to relax in London


Visitors have spoken about the park and why they love it on TripAdvisor.

A reviewer wrote: "[It's a] hidden gem, lovely park right in the middle of London."

Another added: "Really nice place to take a break. Very clean and safe for kids.

"Went there for an afternoon and while there is not much to do it is still a relaxing place to take a break."

Bob Geldof lived in an "atmospheric" part of the UK for 35 years.

The Cure's Robert Smith owns a home in a "peaceful" part of the UK with "beautiful" beaches.

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