Where does Ronnie Wood live? Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones has a number of homes, including a mansion in Greater London, UK. Wood's estate sits on 2.31 acres of rolling green lawn. The 3-floor main house opens into a vestibule that has a pointed Gothic arch door leading to a reception hall. The church like architecture is repeated throughout the mansion. The home is 11,590 square feet and has a minimum of 9 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. The reception hall is used as the formal living room, featuring hardwood floors and paneled walls, a leaded glass bay window, and a fireplace. The ground floor also includes a formal dining room with fireplace, morning room with fireplace overlooking the rear terrace and gardens, a family room with fireplace, and a solarium with stone flooring. There is a breakfast room with built in bar, and a kitchen with a pressed tin ceiling and stone flooring. The second floor second floor has a study, gym, and four bedrooms. The third floor has a large loft room, two bedrooms, and a two-room suite with kitchenette and private balcony. The estate also contains a cottage, lodge, wine cellar, garage building, and pool house.