A pop superstar who quit the industry to find seclusion and privacy in a village near Canterbury is selling her country estate for £3.5 million.
Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie has put the sprawling Grade II-listed property just outside Wickhambreaux on the market.
She has lived there since 1990, and famously split from the supergroup in 1998.
After years living out of the public eye, she is now said to have developed itchy feet has rediscovered her appetite for songwriting and performing - with London better-suited to her new lifestyle.
She is back touring with the band and says she wants to return to the capital, where her fellow musicians are often based.
The move will mark the end of a 25-year era, with the house said to have offered a period of tranquility for the star after the intense pressures of being on the road, living out of suitcases and constantly being in the public eye.
The 72-year-old says she loved restoring the six-bedroom Tudor mansion and estate, which has sprawling gardens and two cottages and is set behind electric gates.
She said: "It was a heap. The beams were painted hideous lime green, but I have whiled away many peaceful days songwriting in this tranquil home. Much fun was had by all on the croquet lawn."
Now Fleetwood Mac have reformed, McVie is back on stage and currently touring Australia and New Zealand, performing hits from the band's many huge-selling albums, including record-breaking Rumours.
The house, called The Quaives, has been on the market with Strutt and Parker for just one week.
Agent Simon Backhouse says: "She has spent an enormous amount of money on it, putting a new roof on and restoring it to its former glory.
"It has fabulous living and entertaining space, period farm buildings, a cottage, enchanting gardens and grounds extending to 19 acres."
McVie joined Fleetwood Mac in 1970 with her husband, bassist John McVie, and drummer Mick Fleetwood.
She is responsible for some of the group's most-loved songs, including Songbird, Everywhere, You Make Loving Fun and Oh Daddy.
The singer and her husband divorced in 1976 and she went on to marry keyboardist Eddy Quintela in October 1986.
She and Quintela split up in the mid-1990s.
McVie has no children.