Legendary George Michael’s house has been sold for £3.4million three years after the singer died on Christmas Day. According to The Mirror, the 16th century property in Goring-on-Thames was bought by a couple last month, as Land Registry documents show. Lawyer John Reid, who acts for George’s family and estate said, "We can confirm that we have now sold George's former home in Goring-on-Thames. It was a place that he loved, not least for the privacy that it afforded him. We would therefore kindly ask that the new owners have their privacy respected and are able to enjoy the property as he did,"
Michael passed away in the residence on Christmas Day in 2016, and the place has since become a popular spot for his fans to visit and pay tributes.
Fans of the former WHAM singer’s are however divided with the decision. “It’s very sad, I was hoping for a museum of some sort to visit and all monies raised go to George’s charities’’ one of the fans told The Mirror.
The pop icon was found dead in the bedroom of the property by partner Fadi Fawaz on Christmas Day in 2016. He was 53.