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An iconic building which formerly housed a world-famous recording studio is on sale for £2million. 

The creekside old Sawmills, formerly known as Sawmills Studio, in Cornwall, is being sold with a guide price of £2.25m. 

It was opened in early 1974 as one of the very first residential recording studios in the UK, CornwallLive reported.

Sawmills Studio, at Golant, near Fowey, has served a long list of successful clients, including The Verve and Wet Wet Wet. 

Oasis's seminal debut Definitely Maybe was recorded at Sawmills, along with In It For The Money by Supergrass, Stone Roses's single Fool's Gold.

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The creekside old Sawmills, formerly known as Sawmills Studio, near Fowey in Cornwall, is being sold with a guide price of £2.25m. It was opened in 1974 as one of the very first residential recording studios in the UK

The creekside old Sawmills, formerly known as Sawmills Studio, near Fowey in Cornwall, is being sold with a guide price of £2.25m. It was opened in 1974 as one of the very first residential recording studios in the UK

Muse recorded various albums including Showbiz and Origin of Symmetry, and launched their career there after its owner Dennis Smith started managing them. 

The property has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms in one of the most beautiful, secluded places to live in the country.

It was originally listed for sale last May, which was the first time it had been on the open market for 48 years, and is now being marketed again. 

The detached home is surrounded by over 32 acres of private woodland and with its own mooring on the Fowey Estuary. 

The house is accessible by boat or on foot and offers an unrivalled level of privacy and seclusion. 

Oasis's seminal debut Definitely Maybe was recorded at Sawmills, while In It For The Money by Supergrass, Stone Roses's single Fool's Gold (pictured: the recording studio)

Oasis's seminal debut Definitely Maybe was recorded at Sawmills, while In It For The Money by Supergrass, Stone Roses's single Fool's Gold (pictured: the recording studio)

The entrance to the main house has a spacious conservatory with a slate floor and wonderful views of water and woodland, Exeter-base estate agent Strutt & Parker said. 

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There are French doors which open out onto a raised terrace, with more magnificent views overlooking the creek and gardens. 

The estate agent explained that the lodge is a single-storey timber-clad dwelling which was rebuilt and extended in 2011. 

The lodge can be accessed via a path from the main house leading through a lawned garden, which is contained and gated to provide an exclusive exterior area for the lodge. 

The entrance to the main house has a spacioius conservatory with a slate floor and wonderful views of the water and woodland. The house is only accessible via foot or by boat and is surrounded by over 32 acres of private woodland and with its own mooring on the Fowey Estuary

The entrance to the main house has a spacioius conservatory with a slate floor and wonderful views of the water and woodland. The house is only accessible via foot or by boat and is surrounded by over 32 acres of private woodland and with its own mooring on the Fowey Estuary

The Old Sawmills has a long history, and was a world-famous recording studio with a list of huge clients from Oasis to the Stone Roses, from Duran Duran to The Kooks

The Old Sawmills has a long history, and was a world-famous recording studio with a list of huge clients from Oasis to the Stone Roses, from Duran Duran to The Kooks 

Sawmills Studio's biggest clients

Oasis - Definitely Maybe (album)

Stone Roses - Fool's Gold (single)

The Verve - A Storm IN Heaven (album)

Robert Plant (from Led Zeppelin) - Album tracks from The Fate Of Nations

Muse - Showbiz (album), Origin Of Symmetry (album), Live at Le Zenith (live album mix),

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