Led Zeppelin musician John Paul Jones lived in a stunning Devon home.
The property was recently put on the market for just under £10million.
The riverfront mansion is nestled in the English countryside.
Known as The Old Rectory, it was owned by the rockstar in the 1980s.
The property was recently listed for £9.75million
The property was built in the mid-1760s and mixes tradition with luxury.
It comes with a boathouse and outdoor swimming pool and the home is set over three floors.
The current owners listed the home this year for a cool £9.75million.
It is located in Dittisham in South Devon which is a rural part of the UK.
The small village is by the River Dart where visitors can enjoy a relaxing walk.
Visit South Devon states: “Nestled along the stunning banks of the River Dart in South Devon, lies the enchanting village of Dittisham.
“Often referred to as ‘Ditsum’ by the locals, this idyllic destination is a hidden gem that captivates visitors with its breathtaking beauty, quaint charm, and rich history.
“Dittisham offers an authentic taste of traditional British village life, making it a must-visit spot for anyone seeking a peaceful and picturesque retreat.”