George Harrison’s childhood home in Liverpool owned by a Hampton NH man

HAMPTON – The former home of the Beatles legend george harrisonat 25 Upton Green in Speke, Liverpool, now owned by a man from Hampton – not England, but New Hampshire.

“I never imagined myself being in the Beatles industry now, if you will,” said Ken Lambert, who lives on Alexander Drive.

It’s a purchase he made on a whim last November at an online auction, and he’s been preparing Harrison’s former home as an Airbnb rental for fans looking to spend some time since then. night when the Beatles repeated in their youth.

by Lambert online ad the townhouse available for rent at $210 a night.

“Beatles and George Harrison superfans!” the list reads. “There’s plenty in Liverpool to help you discover the Beatles, but nothing quite like it.”

Harrison’s family lived in the house from the age of 6 until 1962. Lambert says the band rehearsed in the front room and in the bedroom, first as Quarrymen, then as Beatles name.

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