Jimmy Page’s Aleister Crowley House

The Boleskine House which was once owned by Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Page.

The Boleskine House which was once owned by Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Page.

The Boleskine House, Loch Ness, Iverness, Scotland.

Located on the shores of Loch Ness close to the village of Foyers in Scotland, also known as the Boleskine House, this was once the home of occultist, Aleister Crowley and later Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. Page was a collector of Crowley memorabilia and Crowley’s house was the ultimate collectable.

According to legend, several tragedies occurred at the estate. Crowley’s lodge keeper, Hugh Gillies, suffered several tragedies, including the loss of two children. In 1960, then owner, Major Edward Grant, committed suicide at the house.

Page purchased the home in 1970, but the truth is that he spent very little time at the home. By 1992, Page sold the house. Page’s fantasy sequence in the Led Zeppelin film The Song Remains The Same was filmed at night on the hill directly behind the house.

Required Listening:

  1. Dazed And Confused
  2. Kashmir
  3. Whole Lotta Love
  4. Black Dog
  5. Babe I’m Gonna Leave You
Jimmy Page at the house that once belonged to Aleister Crowley.

Jimmy Page at the house that once belonged to Aleister Crowley.

 

The house that once belonged to Jimmy Page and Aleister Crowley.

The house that once belonged to Jimmy Page and Aleister Crowley.

 

The gated entrance to the Boleskine House that once belonged to Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Page.

The gated entrance to the Boleskine House that once belonged to Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Page.

 

Aerial photo of the Boleskine House that once belonged to Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Page.

Aerial photo of the Boleskine House that once belonged to Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Page.

 

Map of the Boleskine House that once belonged to Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Page.

Map of the Boleskine House that once belonged to Aleister Crowley and Jimmy Page.