Beatles superfan adds third property to her portfolio - but is Paul McCartney’s home out of reach?

Beatles fan, Jackie Holmes, has just snapped up Ringo Starr’s childhood home. She already owns the ones that belonged to late stars John Lennon and George Harrison...

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A Beatles super-fan has snapped up Ringo Starr’s childhood home for £70,000.

The Victorian mid-terrace house in Admiral Grove, Liverpool, was auctioned at the famous Cavern Club.

To secure her bid Jackie Holmes paid £15,000 over the guide price for the house where Ringo lived with his mother Elsie Starkey — and where he learned to play the drums.

Jackie is seeking a suitable tenant for the property, which is the third Beatles house in her portfolio — she also owns childhood homes of the late stars John Lennon and George Harrison.

However, the childhood home of Paul McCartney, in Forthlin Road, Allerton, may be beyond her reach — the National Trust owns it.

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