The small Sussex village where Paul McCartney owns incredible farm is perfect for a country walk

Paul McCartney Rye

He owns a farm in East Sussex

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 28/09/2023

- 05:00

The singer has a home in the English countryside

Paul McCartney is originally from Liverpool but he has owned properties across the world.

This includes a quiet farm that he bought in the 1970s.

The farm, named Blossom Wood Farm, can be found in the small East Sussex village of Peasmarsh, near Rye.

It keeps the rockstar far out of the public eye as he enjoys space and privacy on the 160 acre estate.

Rye East Sussex

The farm is near Rye in East Sussex


Paul enjoys the laidback life and has spoken about growing plants on his estate.

Peasmarsh is a small village nestled in the countryside.

It has plenty of outdoor space with country walks that can take anything from a few hours to many days.

The 1066 Country Walk is a popular option for those who live in or visit the area.

There are lots of options for staying overnight and plenty of cafes and restaurants to grab a bite to eat.

Paul is also the owner of properties in London and in the US.

He is not the only celebrity to seek a peaceful life in the English countryside.

Mick Jagger owned a property in Richmond on the outskirts of London, where there is plenty of green, outdoor space.

Rye East Sussex

He bought the farm in the 1970s


The rockstar first bought a Grade II listed house in the suburb in the 1990s.

It was reportedly worth just over £2million when purchased although has been estimated to be worth around £13million now.

Brad Pitt owned a six bedroom luxury home in the small English village of Fulmer.

The mansion had an outdoor pool and two acres of garden.

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