Liam Gallagher has ‘purchased Noel Edmond’s six-bedroom French Chateau’ after the presenter put the property on the market for £4million
The singer, 50, is said to have snapped up the 18th century villa in Grasse, near Cannes on the scenic Riviera.
According to the report, the house features engravings of Noel’s name, which Liam finds ‘quite funny’ considering his tiff with his brother, who shares the same name.
Deal Or No Deal star Noel, 74, first put the property on sale in 2017 for £3million, increasing the asking price to £4million a year later.
A source told The Sun: ‘Liam’s been telling mates, “‘I’ve bought Mr Blobby’s house.” Him and Debbie plan to put their own stamp on it.’
Lavish: Liam Gallagher, 50, has reportedly ‘purchased Noel Edmonds six-bedroom French Chateau’ after the presenter put the property on the market for £4million
New pad: The singer is said to have snapped up the 18th century villa in Grasse, near Cannes on the scenic Riviera
They added: ‘They think all the carvings of Noel’s name are quite funny and ironic.’
Called the Perfumed Garden, the mansion is spread across three floors and comes with a swimming pool and glorious views of the surrounding vineyards.
A grand private driveway loops around olive trees to reveal the stunning stone house, decked out in traditional French style with blue shutters and a patio.
The sprawling six-bedroom manor – was said to be the ‘home the Noel adores’ and is half hour drive from Cannes.
The presenter put the grand estate on the market for £2.97million in 2017 – which would have converted to 3.86m euro at the time – after moving into a luxury apartment in Monaco.
MailOnline has contacted a representative of Liam’s for comment.
It comes after Liam decided to swap his previous city pad in Primrose Hill for a serene mock Tudor style mansion in one of north London’s quietest streets.
The former Oasis frontman and his fiancée Debbie Gwyther, spent almost £4million on the luxurious home back in May 2020.
Sold: Deal Or No Deal star Noel, 74, first put the property on sale in 2017 for £3million, increasing the asking price to £4million a year later
The sizeable house had elegant features including landscaped gardens, several hand-carved fireplaces, wooden beams and an impressive staircase to the two upper floors.
Liam reportedly left his former home, a £2.1million pad in nearby Highgate, following arguments with neighbours.
Earlier this year, The Daily Mail’s Richard Eden reported that Liam was eyeing up a sprawling townhouse worth several million in the Oxfordshire enclave of Chipping Norton.
A source told The Sun : ‘Liam’s been telling mates, “‘I’ve bought Mr Blobby’s house.” Him and Debbie plan to put their own stamp on it’
The five-bedroom, Grade II-listed home dating from the 15th century boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms and an extensive garden.
Liam has also owned plush two-bedroom New York City condo which he put on the market in 2014 for a cool $4 million.
The star pocketed a handsome profit, as he purchased the plush Manhattan abode for $2.5 million in 2012.
The apartment offered sweeping views over Central Park and the Big Apple beyond, thanks to its plum position on the 17th floor of the landmark JW Marriott Essex House hotel building.