The luxury six-bedroom English country house listed for $22.5 million was the home to Beatles front man John Lennon and his first wife, Cynthia, when he reportedly wrote some of the biggest hits on the iconic 1967 album.

John Lennon's mansion is selling!

The luxury six-bedroom English country house listed for $22.5 million was the home to Beatles front man John Lennon and his first wife, Cynthia, when he reportedly wrote some of the biggest hits on the iconic 1967 album.

The property, which sold in January 2007 for $9.5 million, is back on the market for more than double that.

You’ll need more than a little help from your friends if you want to buy John Lennon’s old mansion.

The luxury six-bedroom English country house where the Beatle reportedly penned some of the biggest hits on Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album is on the market for a cool $22.5 million.

With six reception rooms, six bathrooms and 1.5 acres of land, the 3,643-square-meter property was home to Lennon and first wife, Cynthia, from 1964 to 1968, according to AOL for the U.K.

He bought the abode — in the leafy Surrey town of Weybridge — for just $32,000.

It also comes with a full-size snooker table and heated indoor swimming pool with sauna.

Real estate agent Knight Frank has the 1913-built property, which featured in the film “Imagine: John Lennon,” listed on his website.

“Kenwood is a wonderful character property yet redone in quite a contemporary style, giving it the perfect blend between the old and new. Situated in the exclusive St. George’s Hill Estate, the property enjoys tranquility and privacy whilst only being 23 miles from central London,” it advertises.

It further touts the mansion as “a rare opportunity to purchase a luxuriously finished family home, formerly owned by John Lennon.”

Designed by T.A. Allen, it was originally called the Brown House after being built by local firm Love & Sons.

It was renamed as “Kenwood” when manufacturer Ken Wood moved in. Sold in January 2007 for $9.5 million, it’s now back on the market.

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