LIAM Gallagher appears to have swapped his rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle for a much quieter path, with the 47-year-old star and fiancée Debbie moving into a stunning £3.75 million new home – with a bookcase and a study.
It appears that the Oasis singer’s hell-raising days are well behind him, with the large family home situated in North London and surrounded by woodland.
The double-fronted detached house was built in 1924 and features a traditionally English period exterior with wooden and stone features – no doubt the last place Oasis fans would expect bad boy Liam to live.
Full of character, the house is decorated with bespoke hand crafted furniture and built-in fixtures – including impressive fireplaces throughout, and luxury bathrooms.
The Master bedroom is complete with an en-suite, dressing room, and inglenook fireplace, with four further double bedrooms offering plenty of space for house guests – with the carriage driveway also large enough to provide off-street parking for multiple cars.
The charming kitchen has an eye-catching island as a centrepiece, and a cold pantry to store provisions.
Liam’s new pad also has a perfectly landscaped garden that backs onto stunning woodland and is full of flowers and fruit trees – meaning that he might choose to swap his infamous party lifestyle with baking fresh fruit pies or arranging his blooms.
Floor-to-ceiling built-in bookshelves and a study also provide the rocker a chance to build up his own personal library, with a quaint outdoor summer house available to be utilised as a home office or workshop if the outhouse doesn’t meet the couple’s criteria.
Liam bought the mock Tudor mansion back in May after falling out with the neighbours at his previous home just one year after moving in.
He’d moved into his old pad in July 2018, and immediately made a bad impression when he called the neighbours “prats”.
It all came to a head in December last year, when he was repeatedly told off for causing a scene at his local pub The Prince of Wales.
A source told us at the time: “Neighbours hoped initially they’d got off on the wrong foot and things would improve as people got used to Liam living here. But as time went on, he got into more and more rows.
“His favourite pub to drink in was The Prince of Wales and he’s been thrown out numerous times. Now it seems he’s finally had enough and has decided to move on.”
Since he and brothers Noel and Paul were brought up in a modest semi-detached house in Manchester by their mother Peggy, Liam has had several luxury abodes over the years.
As he and Noel shot to fame with Oasis in the ’90s, Liam lived in a Muswell Hill penthouse – staying there for five years before moving into a Primrose Hill townhouse with first wife Patsy Kensit in 1996.
After their split, Liam moved into a £5 million house in Hampstead Heath with second wife Nicola Appleton – living there between 1999 and 2003.
And this isn’t his first dabble with a quaint life, residing in a pretty two-bedroom Hampstead cottage between 2006 and 2010.
In 2012, Liam also snapped up a two-bedroom condo in New York for $2.5 million.