Pink Floyd’s Highgate home, where it all began, hits the market for rent with Interlet!
If you’ve ever fancied living in a famous historical property, now’s your chance.
It was this truly luxurious six bedroom Victorian home in Highgate that Pink Floyd band members once called ‘home’ and developed the psychedelic sound that propelled them to superstardom.
The house and their landlord played a vital role in the development of the group that went on to record and sell many albums such as Dark Side of the Moon, Wish You Were Here and The Wall. In fact, Pink Floyd were even named Leonard’s Lodgers, in acknowledgement of Mike Leonard- their landlord and college tutor.
What’s the home like?
The property is situated in a high valued residential area close to Highgate Underground Station where there is easy access to central London, not to mention a wealth of green space close by, including the eastern part of Hampstead Heath, three ancient woods and Waterlow Park.
Much like the band itself, the property is a sensation. Comprising six bedrooms and four bathrooms which includes a family bathroom, shower room and two separate WCs. It is decorated in light airy shades with the living room spanning over 58ft of entertaining space. Although it has been refurbished to an exceptional standard, it has still reserved its historic charm.
It’s amazingly spacious, with a double reception room, Poppenpohl kitchen/dining room with Siemens appliance and breakfast bar. The German manufactured bi-fold doors, span the entire width of the room, revealing the 50ft garden designed by Beauchamp Garden Design & Construction.
Additional features include under-floor heating and custom designed lighting throughout, cabinetry and Banham monitored alarm system.
If you require any further information, please contact us at Interlet on 020 7795 6525.