Studio where Robbie Williams, Oasis and more recorded is now on the market as €1.26m luxury home
Published 15/06/2016 | 19:01
The country home that names Robbie Williams, Oasis and Led Zeppelin among its past guests is now on the market for €1.26m.
Huckenden Farm Estate in Buckinghamshire was home to Wheeler End Recording Studio until six years ago, where some of the world’s most popular artists rehearsed their tracks, including Kasabian, The Prodigy and Madness, to name a few.
Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher loved the studio so much that the band took out an eight year lease on it and recorded several albums there, including Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants and Heathen Chemistry.
Robbie Williams recorded his most well-known album I’ve Been Expecting You in the studio, which features tracks Millennium and She’s The One.
The studio is now gone and has been transformed into a gym to go alongside the residential house.
The Barn is currently for sale for £1 million (€1.26m), listing an outdoor plunge pool, 0.6 acre of land and two reception rooms among its features.