THIS stunning £3.85 million Georgian mansion once home to a star-studded recording studio used by David Bowie, Robbie Williams and U2 could hit the right note for one lucky family.

The famous studio where The Smiths also recorded The Queen is Dead is now unrecognisable, having been converted into a gym.

It makes up part of the sale of Ridgeway House, a period country house which sits in 15 acres of land on the Hampshire / Surrey border one mile from Farnham.

Jacobs Studio, which operated from the 80s to 2006, was used by countless musicians over the years including Ian Brown, Paul Weller, Pulp, Stevie Wonder, Radiohead and even Pavarotti.

The property, which is on the market with Knight Frank, is in a pretty parkland setting with far-reaching views and all the toys a home owner could wish for.

It offers over 9,000sq ft of accommodation with an entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, two sitting rooms, drawing room, dining room, study, TV room, pantry, wine cellar, gym, seven bedrooms and six bathrooms.

There is also an attached one-bedroom cottage and a separate one-bedroom cottage.

The gardens include an outdoor swimming pool, an all-weather clay tennis court, an extensive vegetable garden and a large paddock.

Ridgeway House is in a great location for commuting, close to the A31 and M3, as well as Farnham Station for direct trains to London Waterloo in under an hour and not far from Farnborough for those with private jets.

It is also close to the renowned Four Seasons Hotel.

Farnham lies midway between Winchester and London and has history dating back tens of thousands of years.