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House where AA Milne wrote Winnie-the-Pooh and Brian Jones died up for sale
11:00am Wednesday 16th May 2012 in News
The home where Winnie-the-Pooh was written and Rolling Stone Brian Jones died is up for sale.
The grade II listed Cotchford Farm, near Hartfield, is on the market at £2 million.
In 1925 author A A Milne bought the property as a country retreat for himself, his wife and his son, Christopher Robin.
It was in the timber beamed cottage where the likes of Pooh Bear and Tigger were dreamt up.
Some 40 years later the house had another famous owner in Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones, who died there in 1969.
Current owner Alastair Johns is selling the house after 40 years.
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