A mews house in Knightsbridge owned by Alan White, the Oasis drummer, has been put on the market for £7.5m.
The Oasis drummer Alan White is selling his London home for £7.5m.
The spacious mews property is in the heart of Knightsbridge, adjacent to Cadogan Square and only a short stroll from Harrods.
Decorated mainly in monochrome and metallic tones, it offers two to three bedrooms, with the master bedroom suite occupying the entire second floor.
As befits a musician's home, the house has state-of-the-art audio equipment throughout. A Sonos music zone system means that music can be played wirelessly in many of the rooms, while even the terrace has speakers.
White, 41, has lived in the property for over 10 years, and refurbished it from top to bottom. He said he loved the home, but that he and his partner Charlie had decided to bring up their family outside of London.
“This has been a great house for me, but after having our son we have decided to move to the country for more space for him to run around,” he said.
“When I decided to refurbish the property I wanted to make it really special so we’ve cut no corners and the end result is really something, even if I say so myself.”
Ollie Marshall, from estate agent Brooks Gordon, said: “As mews houses go, this is really one of the best. Clabon Mews is highly desirable because it’s a fantastic location in the heart of Knightsbridge where there is always a scarcity of good houses.
“Alan’s attention to detail has been amazing; even the garage has been fully wired for AV and has speakers concealed in the ceiling. It's very rock and roll."
White was the longest-serving drummer in Oasis's history, performing with the band for nine years. He left unexpectedly in 2004, and was replaced by Zak Starkey, the son of The Beatles' drummer Ringo Starr.
The house is on sale for £7.5m from Brooks Gordon, click here to see the pictures.