Supernova Heights – the previous home of ex-Oasis star Noel Gallagher and present residence of comic David Walliams – is up on the market.
The five-storey Victorian pad grew to become notorious within the 1990s for the raucous events often held on the well-heeled Belsize Park tackle, in London’s NW3 postcode.
It was named after Champagne Supernova, the ultimate observe on Oasis’ file breaking No.1 hit album (What’s The Story) Morning Glory, which earned the band hundreds of thousands of kilos.
The home was a vacation spot for Oasis followers who had been usually seen milling round within the hope of catching a glimpse of one of many Gallagher brothers.
A neighbour on the time advised The Guardian newspaper a couple of gathering throughout which a “drunken” Liam Gallagher was noticed “strolling round, swearing at anybody who handed him on the street”.
Noel and his then-wife Meg Mathews relocated to Buckinghamshire in 1999, promoting the home to David Beckham’s finest buddy Dave Gardner and his then-wife, Hollyoaks actress Davinia Murphy.
In 2005, Walliams purchased the property for £3m, re-arranging the inside from a four-bed home to a three-bed and knocking out some flooring and ceilings.
Now in the marketplace for £5,350,000, Supernova Heights boasts double and triple-height rooms, mezzanine flooring, three opulent bedrooms and a large open-plan toilet with a solid stone bathtub.
Neighbours have up to now included actress Sadie Frost and film star Bob Hoskins.
Marcus Parfitt, which is promoting the property, describes it as “an distinctive architectural masterpiece… completed to the very best of requirements with use of the best supplies, fixtures and fittings all through”.