Milkwood Studios, so named because Welsh poet and writer Dylan Thomas penned some of his works in the neighbouring house in Camden Town, were purpose-built for Monty Python in the Eighties.
When John Cleese (of the Ministry of Silly Walks), Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam and co moved out, the 10,000sq ft space became home to film companies. Now it is a super-swanky New York-style loft home with accommodation over two floors.
Set behind a gated entrance, the NW1 wonder comes with roof terraces, a patio garden, two courtyards and five bedrooms. But it is the eye-catching floor-to-ceiling glass that puts this home in a league of its own.
At £12 million the asking price is no joke — but the funnymen’s former factory is certainly a living space to lust after.