Sir Paul McCartney’s quiet life on East Sussex farm where average home fetches £468,750

Sir Paul McCartney was the co-leader, co-songwriter and bassist for The Beatles.

Although he has been famous since the early sixties, he has managed to escape the sunlight over the years on his farm in East Sussex.

Sir Paul bought Blossom Wood Farm in Peasmarsh, East Sussex, in 1973 to raise his five children.

The estate is a huge 160 acres where Sir Paul grows rye, wheat and peas.

Sir Paul also helps the local community, growing hops that a local brewer uses to make ale.

Sir Paul has also built his own recording studio in Icklesham, East Sussex, so he doesn’t have to leave Sussex.

Peasmarsh in East Sussex is located just three miles outside the beautiful town of Rye.

Sir Paul is not the only notable resident who lived or lived in Pearse.

British violinist Anthony Marwood MBE lives in a cottage in the countryside.

Maria Ann Smith, from whom the name Granny Smith apple comes, was born in the village in 1799.

The average total price for a property in Peasmarsh over the past year was £468,750, according to Rightmove.

The majority of sales in Peasmarsh over the past year have been detached properties, selling for an average price of £462,500. Semi-detached properties sold for an average of £475,000.

Overall, sales prices in Peasmarsh over the past year were five per cent lower on the previous year and 11 per cent lower on the 2020 peak of £524,789.

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