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A.A. Milne bought the property in 1925 as a country retreat for him and his family.
Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones also lived here briefly. He purchased the home in 1968 and was found dead in the pool a year later. But that's kind of a downer. Back to the warm, fuzzy thoughts of Winnie the Pooh.
The home is located near Hartfield in East Sussex, about an hour's drive from London. The six-bedroom home, spread out over three floors, is perched on 9.5 beautiful acres. The property boasts a garden and a number of stone statues of Christopher Robin, Owl, and a sundial where Pooh and all his friends are incorporated beneath. A stream runs along the southern wooded boundary, with "Pooh Sticks Bridge" situated half a mile upstream.
Oh if only I had the $3.22 million, I'd snatch it up in a minute. I'd need a passport too.
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