David Gilmour has listed his seaside estate in East Sussex, England.
He purchased the abandoned 19th-century bathhouse in 2015 and demolished part of it in 2018, which caused a bit of a community uproar.
“Hey Gilmour, leave our hood alone,” one activist group wrote in a message pinned to the building before its destruction. “All in all it’s just another betrayal of us all, to you it’s just another brick in the wall.”
Having only completed it two years ago, Gilmour and his wife, writer Polly Samson, say, “When you wake up in the morning, the view is always a surprise: the sea and sky are never the same. It’s a huge advantage not to have a busy road and traffic between us and the sea... [There are] sea views in all directions. It’s “a beautiful place from which to watch the sunrise and sunset across the sea.”
The home has five-bedrooms, three-bathrooms, a library, “music room,” recording studio, sauna, temperature-controlled wine storage, gym, a courtyard garden and a sunken garden.
It also has underfloor heating, a remote CCTV system and remote-controlled door entry with bio-metric fingerprint access.
And, out back is a three-bedroom cottage that can serve as a guest house and a parking garage.
The asking price is $18.1-million.
Gilmour has a farm in West Sussex, England.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]