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Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Sunny Heights: shiznizzle II.


Further estate agent niznit:


Inside too, much remains just as it was; Ringo's decor, there still under wood paneling. And his cinema, famous to contemporary readers of the BBM, endures (albeit updated):


Lovely stuff. Not my words, but the words of etc.

5 comments:

  1. I'd like to buy it. Please let the estate agent know I'm prepared to pay DOUBLE the sum Mr Starkey forked out in 1964. That should be enough to clinch it for me, shouldn't it? Shouldn't it...? Hello?

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  2. Wonder if the mural is still there? Hope so - love the fact its endured for this long!

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  3. The mural is still there, as well as wall scribblings by various people including Mia Farrow. The current owners have done a great job of preserving them.

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  4. All this (visual) Beatle art is screaming out to be collected together in a book: J & P's Casbah paintings, Stu's (underrated) work, the trippy home murals, and the couple of pieces by all four... a whole decade of stuff out there. Surely?

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  5. Love this post! I'm happy to see pics of Sunny Heights. Wish I could buy!!

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