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Noel Gallagher forced to drop price of luxury London mansion by £3.5million

The Oasis legend, 53, has managed to sell his stunning home after four years on the market, but it’s not all good news as he has ended up losing money on the plush London pad

Noel Gallagher’s wonder walls have finally sold – but the star has reportedly had to take a £3.5million hit on his house.

The former Oasis rocker had hoped to flog his London pad for £11.5m when he put it up for sale in 2016.

The house has been on the market for four years, but until last month it hadn’t tempted anyone to take the plunge, despite being an impressive property.

The 53-year-old bought the Grade II-listed mansion for £8m – and he will actually lose money on it.

 

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