Bryan Adams music video 'Everything I Do, I Do It For You' puts pretty price on mill
A romantic ruin and surrounding woodland, where the video for Bryan Adams’ hit theme song for the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, was filmed, is up for sale for £60,000.
The ballad, Everything I do, I Do It For You, topped the charts for 16 weeks in 1990.
Adams was filmed wandering the site at Silk Mills, Holford, in the Quantock Hills, in half-light as the sun’s rays pierced the beech canopy.
There is potential for restoration with planning permission and the stream is suitable for hydro generation.
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The 1.33 acre site is offered for sale by the League Against Cruel Sports, which will, ironically, retain the sporting and fishing rights.
Richard Stagg of property agents, Seddons, said: “it is certainly the most unusual and interesting property that I have dealt with.”
The silk mills were established by Huguenot settlers and were most active in Napoleonic times.
Viewing by appointment with estate agency Seddons. Call 01884 824139.