The 'idyllic' village where Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones lived in £9million home

John Paul Jones River Dart

John Paul Jones lived by the River Dart

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 18/11/2023

- 05:00

John Paul Jones owned the huge property in Devon

Led Zeppelin musician John Paul Jones lived in a stunning Devon home.

The property was recently put on the market for just under £10million.

The riverfront mansion is nestled in the English countryside.

Known as The Old Rectory, it was owned by the rockstar in the 1980s.

Devon River Dart

The property was recently listed for £9.75million


The property was built in the mid-1760s and mixes tradition with luxury.

It comes with a boathouse and outdoor swimming pool and the home is set over three floors.

The current owners listed the home this year for a cool £9.75million.

It is located in Dittisham in South Devon which is a rural part of the UK.

The small village is by the River Dart where visitors can enjoy a relaxing walk.

Visit South Devon states: "Nestled along the stunning banks of the River Dart in South Devon, lies the enchanting village of Dittisham.

"Often referred to as 'Ditsum' by the locals, this idyllic destination is a hidden gem that captivates visitors with its breathtaking beauty, quaint charm, and rich history.

"Dittisham offers an authentic taste of traditional British village life, making it a must-visit spot for anyone seeking a peaceful and picturesque retreat."

River Dart

The area is described as a 'hidden gem'


John's bandmates also enjoy homes in peaceful parts of the UK.

Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page lived in a Gothic tower house.

This is located by a "relaxing" park in a quiet part of London.

The band's singer Robert Plant lives by a "beautiful" English forest with "great" walks.

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