Oasis legend Liam Gallagher moves to £17,000 a month mansion in Gloucestershire

Some might say Liam Gallagher has been reading SoGlos! Just four months after we featured the Stroud mansion as our exclusive property of the month, the Oasis frontman has moved in...

By Sarah Kent  |  Published

Liam Gallagher, bad boy lead singer of legendary 90s band Oasis, has been spotted on Selsley Common near Stroud walking his dog.

According to reports, Liam moved to Stanley Park, a spectacular country manor house that once belonged to a baron, in April 2024, just four months after SoGlos featured the incredible estate on its Featured Property of the Month series.

The Oasis legend, who relocated to the picturesque village of Selsley from London with his fiancée, film producer Debbie Gwyther, has the run of the palatial 16,000 sq ft house, with 11 bedrooms for rock and roll guests to kick back in; two and a half acres of extensive gardens for Buttons the rescue dog to zoom around in; as well as a gym, meditation room, infrared sauna, cinema room and a wine cellar to keep Liam's Champagne Supernova parties fully stocked.

Liam's Instagram page showed a snap of him and his pup on a walk on Selsley Common, a well-known beauty spot and popular circular walk on the west edge of the Cotswolds with glorious views over the Severn Valley.

With Liam renowned for enjoying his privacy, residents of the Stroud area have been shocked to bump into the 'Wonderwall' singer on his dog walks, with one reported as saying, 'It looked as though Liam was doing his best to not be recognised. Locals have been shocked to see him in the area and it’s the talk of the town.'

The now solo artist will likely be enjoying some R&R before he embarks on his 12-date 'Definitely Maybe' tour in June 2024, marking 30 years since the release of Oasis’s debut album of the same name.

We think Liam has Definitely Maybe found his dream home in the Cotswolds...

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