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The special address, 20 Forthlin Road in Allerton, Liverpool, is where Sir Paul McCartney lived from 1955 to 1964, during which he also wrote some of the Beatles songs there. When he and his family left the place in 1964, it was taken over by Sheila Jones who used to give guided tours of the place.
Then during the 1970's there were several renovations carried out in the place, but one of the Beatles's fans, Glen South from the Gee South supporting band of the Beatles, managed to keep the door with himself. He had once put it up for auction, but bought it back and has reportedly kept it behind one of his sofas till date. Now that he wants to clear out a lot of things in his house, he has decided to put the door for auction. On April 10 this year, this door will be in the hands of a new owner.