Ronnie and Jo bought the house in 1997 for just under £2million, and over the years it has hosted many lavish parties, dubbed ‘Woodfests’ by Jo. She once said the police would turn up on a regular basis — ‘they always came to tell us off’.
And in these photographs of the property, called Holmwood House, the decadence of the Woods’ rock’n’roll lifestyle is evident. The mansion has seven en-suite bedrooms over three floors. There is a separate cottage, lodge, garage building and swimming pool house. Jo, 55, had planned to keep the house after her 23-year marriage broke down when Ronnie, 63, left her for a Russian cocktail waitress in 2008.
But she recently told the Mail: ‘That house needs a big family with lots of kids running around. I don’t use most of it.’
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