Bee Gees star Barry Gibb owned a £3.5million home in a beautiful English village

Barry Gibb Bracknell Forest

Barry Gibb owned a home in a small British village

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 04/02/2024

- 05:00

Barry Gibb owned a beautiful mansion in an English village

Barry Gibb is best known as the singer in the musical group The Bee Gees.

He was born in the Isle of Man and later owned a multi-million pound home in the south of England.

The spacious mansion is found on the edge of Winkfield village, Berkshire.

In 2018, it went on sale for an impressive £3.5million by the owner who purchased it from the music star.

Bracknell Forest

The property was located near Bracknell Forest.


Barry owned the 1950s mansion during the height of the Bee Gees' success, selling it in 1976.

However, he spent a lot of time living in Los Angeles so the property mostly stood empty.

The property sits on more than four acres of land and is equipped with five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

It has a drawing room with a large fireplace and there are high ceilings throughout the property.

Winkfield is a small village in Berkshire located in Bracknell Forest.

Those in the area can take in history at the nearby Windsor Castle or visit Ascot Racecourse.

It is located near Windsor Great Park, which is a Royal Park spanning more than 2,000 hectares.

Barry Gibb is not the only famous face who has purchased a home in a British village.

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle is also near the area


Actor Hugh Bonneville lives in a quiet English town with "beautiful landscapes".

He lives in Midhurst in West Sussex which is located by the Hampshire border.

The Police's Henry Padovani bought a home is by a "peaceful" park with "amazing" views.

The musician bought in Forest Hill, London, although later said buying in the area was his "worst decision" as rates shot up straight after.

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