A north London house where Pink Floyd lived in the 1960s is to be auctioned.
The BBC reports all four founding members of the band lived at 39 Stanhope Gardens in London’s Highgate, although Roger Waters, Syd Barrett, Nick Mason and Rick Wright weren’t all there at the same time.
The property has not been changed since the band left, Savills auctioneer Russell Taylor said, and it may even have pieces of drummer Nick Mason's Aston Martin in the garden.
The house was owned by lighting technician Mike Leonard, who passed away earlier this year.
The property, to be sold at auction on Thursday, has a guide price of £1.2 million.
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