The mansion once owned by Led Zeppelin bassist John Paul Jones and featured in the band’s 1976 film, “The Song Remains The Same”, is for sale
Warren House in Crowborough, East Sussex, is on the market for £2,950,000. (€3.5 million)
It is a Georgian mansion that was built by members of the British aristocracy and was lived in by rock royalty.
Surrounded by 11.6 acres of land, the house in the heart of the countryside has six bedrooms, a swimming pool, tennis courts and a separate flat to entertain guests.
After it was built in the 18th century by Countess Castle-Stewart, the Grade II listed property was home to Greek shipping family the Pateras and it was once used as a hotel.
Then it became a musician’s choice when John Paul Jones moved in.
Jones filmed his family sequences in “The Song Remains The Same” at the home.
And for good measure..