Hell-raiser Liam Gallagher's £4million oasis of calm

Hell-raiser Liam Gallagher’s £4million oasis of calm in one of London’s quietest streets marks a key change from his lavish back catalogue of homes

  • Gallagher has owned several homes in the past but is thought to be moving to find more peace of mind in the opulent North London neighbourhood
  • Rocker reportedly left his former home, a £2.1million pad in nearby Highgate, following arguments with neighbours
  •  Liam Gallagher is thought to be moving in and settling down with finacee Debbie Gwyther after leaving several former properties behind 

Rowdy rocker Liam Gallagher has spent almost £4million on a mock Tudor mansion in one of London’s quietest streets, The Mail on Sunday can reveal. 

The former Oasis frontman and his fiancee Debbie Gwyther recently completed the deal to buy the newly restored, five-bedroom property in a secluded enclave of North London. 

He reportedly left his former home, a £2.1million pad in nearby Highgate, following arguments with neighbours. 

The loudmouth singer denied he had described locals there as ‘prats’ but appears to be seeking a more sedate lifestyle at his new home. 

Liam Gallagher, left, and his finacee Debbie Gwyther attend the GQ Men Of The Year Awards at the Tate Modern in 2017

The sizeable house has elegant features including landscaped gardens, several hand-carved fireplaces, wooden beams and an impressive staircase to the two upper floors.

Materials are thought to have come from a show home created for the British Empire Exhibition in 1924 and the local council has put the property on its heritage list because of its ‘historical significance’. 

It is the first home that the 47-year-old musician and Miss Gwyther, 38 have bought together. 

They got engaged last summer while on holiday on Italy’s Amalfi Coast. 

Despite its relative seclusion, locals may have to get used to a neighbour who enjoys a party. 

Gallagher has already pitched a tent in the back garden to act as an impromptu pub during lockdown. 

In an Instagram post featuring new deckchairs and two cocktails, he wrote: ‘Longest cocktail party ever.’ 

And last week, he told fans that he was ‘p****d after three lagers’ after setting up a barbecue in the garden. 

Liam Gallagher has spent almost £4million on a mock Tudor mansion in one of London’s quietest streets

The singer and Miss Gwyther, his former personal assistant, paid around £4million for the property. 

Its previous owner was QC Dinah Rose, a human rights barrister who is becoming president of Magdalen College, Oxford, in September. 

While Liam may have opted for a quieter domestic life, the coronavirus outbreak has had little impact on his feud with brother Noel. 

It escalated last month when Noel released a previously unheard Oasis track which does not feature vocals of Liam, who then tweeted that releasing Oasis demos is the only way his sibling ‘is gonna stay relevant’. 

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