A HISTORIC riverside house where Oasis and The Stone Roses recorded albums is up for sale.
The Old Sawmills, which dates back to the Middle Ages, is also believed to be the inspiration for classic novel The Wind in the Willows.
It includes a recording studio where Oasis recorded debut album Definitely Maybe.
Robert Plant, The Verve, Supergrass and Muse also recorded there.
Owners of the seven-bedroom detached home in Golant, near Fowey, Cornwall, are looking for offers of more than £2.25 million.
The property is only accessible by boat or on foot and offers “an unrivalled level of privacy and seclusion, surrounded by its own enchanting woodland”.
The listing added: “It would be difficult to imagine a more romantic and historic setting than that of The Old Sawmills.”
The site also played a part during both World Wars and was requisitioned by the American Army in 1943 for preparations in the run-up to the D-Day landings.
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