17 June, 1964 George Harrison had purchased a bungalow style home on 16 Claremont Drive in Esher, Surrey. The home was recommended to him by Beatles accountant, Dr. Walter Strach who had seen the house for £20,000.
"It was the first one I saw, thought 'That'll Do'." -George Harrison, I Me MineThere was one point where all of The Beatles lived extremely closed to each other, Kinfauns was a short distant from Ringo, who at the time was living in his home in Sunny Heights; John, who was living in Kenwood; and Paul, who was the farthest living in St John's Wood. Kinfauns would be the home that The Beatles would mostly go to and would play an important part in the recordings for The Beatles (White Album).
|The Fool's fireplace mural|
|George painting Kinfauns|