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View to the building from Green Street.

View to the building from Green Street.

June 2011, click on the image to see larger photo.

57 Green Street

Address:
57 Green Street, London W1K 6RH
Type:
Residential
Viewed:
5586

Description of 57 Green Street

The Beatles shared the three-bedroom top floor property at 57 Green Street in Mayfair in the autumn of 1963.

Manager Brian Epstein found the flat to give the band privacy from hordes of screaming fans following their second number one hit She Loves You.

Although the band only stayed there for a few months, it is the only home in which all four Beatles lived together. The flat was up for sale in 2008 for £1.75m.

An early publicity photo of the Fab Four peering over a bannister, used as the cover for the December 1963 edition of The Beatles Book, was taken at the top of the property's communal stairwell.

The residence has now been refurbished into a two-bedroom apartment.

Source: bbc.co.uk

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News: (1)

Around early September 1963 The Beatles moved into Flat L at 57 Green Street, it was the only place in which all four Beatles ever lived together. Word soon spread amongst fans and, with Beatlemania now in full swing, they mounted an almost permanent surveillance outside the front door. John left by the end of November 1963 to live with wife Cynthia and baby Julian in their own flat elsewhere. Paul then moved into the family home of his girlfriend Jane Asher, George and Ringo are then thought to have switched to a different flat in the same Green Street building.

Source: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/carousel/pob/pob41.html

14/06/2011 02:58 by Buildington

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