George Harrison's childhood home to be auctioned off

George Harrison's childhood home to be auctioned off

 

London: Beatles star George Harrison's childhood home is to be auctioned for over 100,000 pounds.

The three-bedroom terraced council house on Upton Green in Liverpool was the late guitarist's home throughout the 1950s, reportedly.

The property is to be sold to the highest bidder at the fabled Cavern Club on October 20 as part of a Countrywide Property Auctions event.

The company also handled the sale of one of John Lennon's pads. Meanwhile, the childhood homes of Lennon and Paul McCartney in Liverpool have been acquired by the National Trust as heritage sites. 

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