Find Satisfaction in The Rolling Stones' retreat:band's former Cotswolds crash pad has been listed for sale

Owned by a friend of Brian Jones, the Cotswolds retreat where The Rolling Stones stayed before concerts has been listed for sale in Little Witcombe, Gloucester. 

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The Rolling Stones’ former crash pad is for sale at £1.1 million.

The late Stones co-founder and guitarist Brian Jones, pictured below with the band in the Sixties, was born in Cheltenham and was a good friend of Kerry Hamer, then-owner of the house.

The band stayed there on nights before some of their concerts, including one at the Cheltenham Odeon in 1964. 

The five-bedroom detached home, listed with Humberts, is set in 1.6 acres in an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty with views across the Cotswolds countryside.

Direct trains run to London Paddington from nearby Gloucester station.



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