The Georgian mansion in Dartmouth, England which once housed rock supergroup Led Zeppelin
has been sold for more than $12 million.
The new owner's details remain a mystery because estate agents involved in the sale have been forced to sign a gag order, forbidding them from naming names.
One celebrity who was interested in the property was actress Kate Winslet
, but sources insist she isn't the buyer.
The nine bedroom mansion, known at the Old Rectory at Dittisham, was put on the market earlier this summer by Duran Duran
's former manager Michael Berrow.
The impressive estate was once owned by Led Zeppelin star John Paul Jones
, who often used the mansion as a rehearsal space for his rock group.
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