John Lennon's six-bedroomed mansion in Weybridge, Surrey, where he wrote Sgt. Pepper, is up for sale for 13,750,000 million pounds.
The Beatles icon shared the home with first wife Cynthia and had bought it for just 20,000 pounds then, the Daily Star reported.
It is thought that Lennon wrote tracks for the band's eighth studio album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band while he was staying at the house.
The home, which is named Kenwood, has 1.5 acres of land and has views of the Surrey Hills.
It also has a full size snooker table and heated indoor swimming pool.