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Stunning London House Where David Bowie, Pink Floyd Once Recorded Asks $35M

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Location: London, England
Price: £24,000,000 (~$34,650,360)

With a dashing glass block facade modeled after the iconic Art Deco-era Maison de Verre in Paris, the Eglon House in London's posh Primrose Hill neighborhood has, in fact, an illustrious history of its own. Originally the site of a shell case factory during World War I, the three-story space was, up until 2008, home of the famous Mayfair Recording Studios, which drew rock legends like Pink Floyd, The Smiths, and of course, David Bowie, who passed away last month. Now offered for $36M, the 13,154-square-foot property renovated by London-based designer Russell Sage is a stunning live-work mansion with way more glam than your average industrial loft.

The three floors plus basement, all connected by elevator, include two double-height living rooms, two kitchens, a dining room, breakfast room, and cinema room with indoor swimming pool. The master bedroom suite itself is 2,000 square feet and comes with a lounge area and copper freestanding tub. There are also four additional bedroom suites, as well as a courtyard and rooftop terrace.


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