Ruined home of real-life Wicker Man and notorious Satanist goes up for sale for ...

Ruined home of real-life Wicker Man and notorious Satanist goes up for sale for a devilish £500,000 Home of notorious dead Satanist on Loch Ness up for auction for £510,000 Real-life 'Wicker Man' Aleister Crowley 'practised black magic' in early 1900s Later owned by Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page before burning down in 2015 Agents Galbraith called it a 'unique renovation project on shores of Loch Ness' 

By William Cole For Mailonline

Published: 20:14 BST, 15 April 2019 | Updated: 20:39 BST, 15 April 2019

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The ruined former-home of a real-life 'Wicker Man' and a legendary guitarist has been put for sale - for more than £500,000.

Boleskine House in Foyers on the banks of Loch Ness, Highlands, would prove to be ultimate renovation project after it was severely damaged by a fire four years ago.

The imposing Loch-side manor used to be owned by Aleister Crowley, who is said to have practiced black magic at the property between 1899 and 1933.

Boleskine House in Foyers on the banks of Loch Ness, which has been put up for sale, along with the surrounding estate, for £510,000

Boleskine House in Foyers on the banks of Loch Ness, which has been put up for sale, along with the surrounding estate, for £510,000

The home as it looked before it was ravaged by a fire in 2015

The home as it looked before it was ravaged by a fire in 2015

Born in Royal Leamingston Spa, Warwickshire in 1875, Crowley was an occultist, writer and mountaineer who rejected Christian doctrine and established Thelema.

Calling himself a prophet, he said he would be the one to guide humanity into the so-called 'Aeon of Horus' - an age of spiritual interest and self-realisation.

He died at the age of 72 in Hastings, East Sussex in 1947.

Some 23 year after his death, the home was bought by Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page, who infrequently lived

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