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Pink Floyd's trashed flat in London for sale at $1.92 million

“We don’t need no” ... renovation.

A flat in London’s Highgate area, where Pink Floyd’s original members hung out in the ’60s, is up for sale at about $1.92 million. The “as is” property was owned by light-show pioneer Mike Leonard until his death this year.

Bass player and vocalist Roger Waters and drummer Nick Mason moved into the flat in 1963 and by the time the English rock group was founded in 1965, every member of the original Pink Floyd is believed to have lived there at some time.

The interiors of the brick duplex-style residence bring to mind a trashed fraternity house. Among its ’60-esque features are wood paneling, a sunken bath and mirrored walls. A speaker and a xylophone remain built into the eaves of an attic room.

Pink Floyd studio albums include “The Piper at the Gates of Dawn” (1967), “The Dark Side of the Moon” (1973) and  “The Wall” (1979).

The house will be sold Sept. 20 by Savills Auctions in London. The adjacent property is also listed, at $1.92 million.

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