By Sophie Jane Evans for MailOnline
Published: 07:42 EST, 24 September 2015
Christine McVie, 72, has been spending an increasing amount of time in London since rejoining Fleetwood Mac
So now, she has decided to put stunning Grade II-listed country home in Kent village of Wickhambreaux on sale
She is selling the mansion – where she wrote some solo material following band’s disintegration – for £3.5million
It boasts six bedrooms, four reception rooms, a three-bedroom outhouse, two cottages and sprawling gardens
She has been spending an increasing amount of time in London since rejoining her rock band for a global tour.
So now, Fleetwood Mac singer Christine McVie has decided to put her sprawling Grade II-listed country home in Kent on the market.
The 72-year-old, who penned some of the group’s biggest hits including Don’t Stop and Little Lies, is selling the mansion for a whopping £3.5million.
She is planning to ‘upsize’ in the capital – where she has been spending a lot of time with her bandmates – and ‘downsize’ in the country. Continue reading