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Own the Lake Como home of Muse singer Matt Bellamy

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Having owned the home for the best part of ten years, the Muse lead plans to leave Lake Como and Italy’s shores to be near to family in Los Angeles. So if you’re looking to expand your business across Europe or simply looking for a holiday home, you could be in the right place.

The four-bedroom property has been listed on Zoopla, with Sotheby’s managing the sale of the £1.5m (€1.75m) home.

Found in the main village of Lake Como, Moltrasio, other A-list names familiar with the area include Richard Branson and Sylvester Stallone, while George Clooney will be among neighbours.

Muse fans will be pleased to know the group produced album The Resistance, which went on to win a Grammy, at the penthouse. The band used the guest bedroom suite to write and record, transforming it into a studio.

The building was created in 1829 thus has plenty of history attached to it. Indeed, for those who have a more classical taste in music, the home was once occupied by opera composer Vincenzo Bellini.

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Bellamy opted for simplistic design

Although the design has changed greatly since Bellini’s day as the Muse leader went for a clean and modern décor during renovations, selecting white walls and wooden floors.

Views of Lake Como itself are available from the terrace, which can be accessed from French doors on the ground floor. Features on the lower level also include fireplace, large living space, stainless steel kitchen and dining area.

And if you’re planning on getting off site and making the most of the locale, it’s possible to negotiate for parking space, indoor double garage and mooring.

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Upstairs, meanwhile, the Muse singer’s Lake Como pad includes master bedroom, two other bedrooms and bathroom with jacuzzi.

Additionally, there’s access to communal garden space of over an acre, as well as swimming pool – how’s that for creature comforts of the Business Class variety?

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