Ringo Starr owned £20million six bedroom mansion in the quiet UK countryside

Ringo Starr Surrey

Ringo Starr lived in a quiet part of Surrey

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 11/10/2023

- 05:00

Ringo Starr owned a mansion in Surrey for 15 years

Ringo Starr first found fame as the drummer for the Beatles.

He has travelled the world but decided to settle down with a property in Surrey.

He bought a grade II listed Jacobean mansion near Cranleigh in Surrey.

The mansion dated back to the 17th century but the rockstar updated the home with lots of modern facilities.

Surrey countryside

He owned a lavish six bedroom property


The property was first bought for £2million in 1999 and Ringo owned it for 15 years before putting it on the market for a rumoured £20million.

It featured a cottage, cinema, music room and even had a helipad on site.

There was plenty of space for entertaining with six bedrooms and six reception rooms.

The estate was on 200 acres of land which includes peaceful lakes and formal gardens.

The property is located in Cranleigh, which sits around eight miles from Guildford in Surrey.

The peaceful town has lots of places to enjoy a relaxing walk or stop for a meal in a restaurant or pub.

It is near the Surrey Hills area of outstanding natural beauty, but also located less than two hours from the hustle and bustle of London.

Ringo Starr's former bandmate Paul McCartney has also opted for a quiet life in the British countryside.


He owned a home in the countryside for 15 years


Paul owns an incredible farm named Blossom Wood Farm.

It is located in the small East Sussex village of Peasmarsh near Rye.

Singer and guitarist Eric Clapton lives in the quiet English countryside with "amazing" views.

Like Ringo, he owned a beautiful mansion in Surrey.

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