Tom Jones’ Surrey house with carpets in green in honor of his famous 1967 event is on sale for £ 650,000

Tom Jones’ swinging 1960s house he bought for £ 7950 is for sale – for £ 650,000.

The stylish three-family home was captured in 1964 by singer It No Stranger after it was a hit.

It was the first family home he bought after climbing to the top of the charts with a string of hit songs.

Sir Tom Jones (82) and his wife Linda went on to install green carpets on top of the luxury pillow in honor of his top song Green, Green Grass of Home.

An elegant 1960s Sir Tom pillow features a spacious open-plan living area that leads to one of the house’s two gardens and stairs to the top floor.

The spacious lounge overlooks one of the two gardens in the house and has several floor-to-ceiling windows

The spacious lounge overlooks one of the two gardens in the house and has several floor-to-ceiling windows

Many of the house has elegant designs and features from the original house from 1964. Some areas, such as the kitchen, have been added over the years, but the house's real estate agent said the additions were made.

Much of the home has elegant designs and features from the original 1964 home. Some areas, such as the kitchen, have been added over the years, but the home’s real estate agent said the additions were “carefully considered and complement the carefully preserved mid-century features.”

The facade of the house is a simple classic 1960s design, with sliding doors extending to another garden area.

The facade of the house is a simple classic 1960s design, with sliding doors extending to another garden area.

The three-bedroom house has 1960s wood-paneled ceilings, as well as New Zealand Jara wood floors in the hallways and living rooms.

The three-bedroom house has 1960s wood-paneled ceilings, as well as New Zealand Jara wood floors in the hallways and living rooms.

The home is located 150 miles from his hometown, Pontybrid, South Wales, on the luxurious Manegate Lane estate in Shepperton, Surrey.

Sir Tom Jones (82), known in 1964 as being no stranger, has since sold more than 100 million records.

Sir Tom Jones (82), known in 1964 as being no stranger, has since sold more than 100 million records.

It was designed by Swiss architect Eduard Scholheever – and current owner Adam James has a strip of Sir Tom’s rug.

Buyers can now buy the history chip for £ 650,000, complete with open-plan living areas and just 15 miles from London.

Adam James and partner Brian Robinson only discovered it was Sir Tom’s home after seeing the original documents on the property.

Adam said: “It was a wonderful extra bonus. It’s good to have a little history. From what I read, he loved living here and gave the house to his parents when he moved into a house in Sunbury.

It was the first home his family bought. Green, Green Grass of Home has been released and there are rumors that he has laid a green carpet on top. When we moved in, we found some of it under the wardrobe while we were cleaning upstairs.

The property still has a variety of 1960s features, including large windows, wood-paneled ceilings and New Zealand Jarrah wood floors.

A spacious reception room suitable for parties can be found on the ground floor which joins the garden with floor to ceiling windows and doors.

Visitors to the house enter through a sunken garden containing large stone tiles, bamboo and palm trees.

Marble floors can be found inside, along with an elegant kitchen and an elegant central staircase leading to the first floor.

The carefully designed garden features a variety of palm trees and tropical plants and offers rest and peace to residents on the wood paneling and concrete porch.

The carefully designed garden features a variety of palm trees and tropical plants and offers rest and peace to residents on the wood paneling and concrete porch.

The old house's spacious layout radiates a bright and airy feel, with an open design that connects large windows on both sides of the house.

The old house’s spacious layout radiates a bright and airy feel, with an open design that connects large windows on both sides of the house.

Designed by Swiss architect Eduard Scholheever, the house enjoys bright sunlight thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows leading to the patio and garden in front of the house.

Designed by Swiss architect Eduard Scholheever, the house enjoys bright sunlight thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows leading to the patio and garden in front of the house.

Current owner Adam James said he discovered that Sir Tom Jones only lived in the house in the 1960s when he looked at the original papers of the house.  He said that

Current owner Adam James said he discovered that Sir Tom Jones only lived in the house in the 1960s when he looked at the original papers of the house. He said it was a “cool extra bonus” for him and his partner, Brian Robinson

The original green carpet that Tom Jones put in the house has since been replaced, but Adam James said he found what was left of it in the bedroom closet.  Two of the bedrooms are currently in use, while the others have been converted into a study

The original green carpet that Tom Jones put in the house has since been replaced, but Adam James said he found what was left of it in the bedroom closet. Two of the bedrooms are currently in use, while the others have been converted into a study

The larger of the two bedrooms has fitted wardrobes while the third bedroom is currently used as a study.

Real Estate Agents The Modern House said: ‘This impeccable three-bedroom house at the end of the veranda, designed by Swiss architect Eduard Scholheever for the Lyon group in 1964, forms part of the much-admired Money Lane estate in Shepperton, Surrey.

Contemporary additions such as the kitchen and bathroom have been carefully thought out and complement well-preserved medieval features.

“The house is located in lush communal gardens and has a private garage on the property and two separate walled gardens.”

Sir Tom and Linda lived in Shepperton for two years before spending £ 25,000 on a mansion called Springfield House in Sunbury, Surrey in 1968.

Tom Jones bought the house in 1967, shortly after it gained nationwide notoriety.  He lived there with his wife, Linda, for two years before moving into a more traditional mansion bought for £ 25,000.

Tom Jones bought the house in 1967, shortly after it gained nationwide notoriety. He lived there with his wife, Linda, for two years before moving into a more traditional mansion bought for £ 25,000.

The house's bathroom has a sleek new design of white tiles in the classic 1960s style, which modernizes the house while retaining the original design.

The house’s bathroom has a stylish new white tile design in the classic 1960s style, which modernizes the house while retaining the original design.

The second walled garden at the back of the house provides a real green lawn for its residents and their neighbors

The second walled garden at the back of the house provides a real green lawn for its residents and their neighbors

Real estate agent The Modern House said the house being marketed was an opportunity for buyers to pick up a '60s party board.

Real estate agent The Modern House said the house being put on the market is an opportunity for buyers to pick up a “60s party sign”.

The three bedrooms in the house offer plenty of space for double beds and come with storage space including fitted wardrobes and cupboards.

The three bedrooms in the house offer plenty of space for double beds and come with storage space including fitted wardrobes and cupboards.

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