The house at 39 Stanhope Garden's, a north London residence where members of Pink Floyd lived in the 1960s is to be auctioned, according to the BBC.
The property in Highgate has not been changed since the band left, Savills auctioneer Russell Taylor said. It may even have pieces of drummer Nick Mason's Aston Martin in the garden.
And in 1967, the BBC filmed the group in the house with their lighting tech, Mike Leonard. The Victorian home was owned by Leonard until his recent death.
"It gave somewhere for them to live and somewhere to rehearse with a sympathetic landlord who did not mind about them making a noise. This is where Pink Floyd started to come together," according to Mark Blake, writer of Pigs Might Fly: the Inside Story of Pink Floyd.
The house has a guide price of about $1.5 million.
by RTT Staff Writer
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