The Owner fashioned the home into an Airbnb for like-minded Beatles fans to enjoy a piece of musical history. The inspiration for this project came from the realization that other members of The Beatles— John Lennon and Paul McCartney—already had house museums maintained in their honor, but Harrison did not. So, Lambert put in a bid for the Harrison house.
“Once I realized I was the winner [of the house], it was pretty shocking,” Lambert tells The Post. “I really started to think about what I was going to do with the property. I’m not a wealthy individual. It’s not like I go around buying up properties. I’m a Beatles fan, yes, but I am a big George Harrison fan specifically.”
“I think it was a shame that George’s house had no relevance to millions of Beatles fans, but they’re waiting in line to walk into John Lennon’s house,” Lambert says. “George is my favorite Beatle. I want to respect his legacy.”
The home, located in the suburb of Speke, was used as a practice venue for the band in the 1950s when the Beatles were in their first evolution as the Quarrymen. Harrison’s family lived in the home until he was 18 years old.