By Dilantha Dissanayake
The former home of comedy legend Terry Jones is up for sale – and despite it’s pebble dash exterior, the inside is a lot nicer than anything the Four Yorkshire men might have lived in.
The five bedroom house which dates from the 1960s was first owned by the Monty Python legend who later sold it to actor Albert Finney.
But fans who dream about snapping up the semi-detatched property will have to have deep pockets as it’s on sale for £1.1 million.
On sale for £1,175,000, the house is situated in leafy Camberwell in South London.
Set across four floors, the house was home to the Python icon for a short period.
The listing for the house says: “Boasting an impressive architectural remodelling, this incredible 1960s Camberwell Grove property, supplies bright, spacious and versatile accommodation.
“The finish is bespoke and elegant throughout – you’ll spy sleek oak doors, white wash wooden flooring, brushed steel fixtures and top notch Scandinavian double glazed windows. Laid over four generous floors, the property has been designed with maximum flexibility in mind.
“The flexible layout allows, amongst other things, for a massive four/five bedroom home or indeed four beds with a separate self-contained studio flat with it’s own private entrance.”