According to DailyMail, Ozzy Osbourne, who two years ago revealed he was struggling with Parkinson’s disease, has sought permission for a “rehabilitation” wing at his historic Grade II listed home in Buckinghamshire, England. The expansion will feature “an abundance of stopping and seating areas,” “discreet handles and aids,” and “soft, non-slip surfaces,” as well as a self-contained nurse’s flat. There is also a “pool house orangerie”, “garden room” and a “health and wellness practice studio”.
architect lynn walker writes in the plans that “the ambition is for the design to create a transition from flowing interior gardens to the outdoors, largely lit by natural light with French doors providing views.”
last month, Mirror reported that Ozzy and his wife/manager Sharon left Los Angeles and returned to their native United Kingdom because of rising taxes in California.
The 73-year-old BLACK SABBATH frontman and his wife will reportedly spend most of their time in their Welders House home.
“We’re leaving LA,” he said, according to… Mirror† “We’re a bit sad. But the tax is getting too much. I’m sad because I really, really like to stay and live there.”
He added: “If they do the taxes better I might come back. I don’t know. I’m taking my recording studio with me. I’m going to build a shed there and make my own studio at Welders. I’ll still be making music and my band is coming along.”
Ozzy and Sharon reportedly bought Welders House from two-time Academy Award-winning special effects legend John Stears in 1993. In her 2013 autobiography “Extreme: My Autobiography”† Sharon said she bought the house because of the “extreme” distance from all the cafes in the area.
In July 2020, Ozzy said he was still “not back to 100 percent” after suffering several medical problems, including a fall, neck surgery and hospitalization for the flu. Ozzy also said he was looking forward to performing again once he is healthy and the coronavirus pandemic is over.
last Nov, Ozzy‘s previously announced European tour with guests JUDAS PRIEST, originally scheduled for 2019 and then rescheduled three times, was postponed again. The new dates now take place in May and June 2023.
Ozzy initially cut his entire schedule for 2019 when he was recovering from surgery to repair an injury sustained during a bout of pneumonia. The tour was then postponed for the second time Ozzy continued to cope with health issues after a fall at his Los Angeles home. That fall “aggravated years-old injuries” from an ATV accident that occurred in 2003. The tour was pushed back for a third time in October 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ozzy‘s European tour with JUDAS PRIEST tour will now take place more than four years later than originally planned, and nearly five years after tickets first went on sale in September 2018.
In May 2020, Ozzy‘s are Jack said his father will “probably” retire “within the next five to 10 years.” But Ozzywho turned 73 in December has repeatedly said he is not going to stop, despite the fact that his “No More Tours 2” – whenever it happens – is billed as his last major global trek.
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