Stunning London Home Where Pink Floyd, David Bowie Once Recorded on Market for $35M
Originally the site of a shell case factory during World War I, the Elgon House is up on the market for $35 million. The industrial loft was once home to the recording studio of Pink Floyd, The Smiths, and the late David Bowie.
The property features 2 double-height reception rooms and study, dining room and separate breakfast room, 2 kitchen, cinema/leisure room with indoor swimming pool, master bedroom suite with private salon, 4 further bedroom suites, orangery with private roof terrace, lift, courtyard and parking with private gated.
Check out the listing from Savills.