The house Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones was living in at the time of his death remains on the market several months after being listed for sale. The large, storybook looking cottage in Hartfield, UK has stirred interest but no offers close enough to the $3 million asking price to get a deal done. Jones had been booted from the band shortly before drowning in the pool behind the house on July 2, 1969. One reason prospective buyers may be leery is that the history of the house makes it something of a magnet for uninvited visitors. Not only was Cotchford Farms where Jones was last alive, it was also where previous owner author AA Milne wrote Winnie The Pooh.
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