Pink Floyd's former Highgate home up for sale

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A house in north London where founder members of the band Pink Floyd lived in the 1960s is to be auctioned.

The property in Highgate has not been changed since the band left, Savills auctioneer Russell Taylor said.

It may even have pieces of drummer Nick Mason's Aston Martin in the garden.

The BBC filmed the band in the house with their landlord, lighting technician Mike Leonard, in 1967.

Mr Leonard died earlier this year.

Matthew Morris reports.

This video was first broadcast on September 18

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