The luxury penthouse is now for sale for a staggering £8.5million, The Daily Mail reports. McQueen is rumoured to have paid £2.525 million for the property in 2009, before his tragic death in February 2010.
Heartbreakingly, McQueen gave an interview before his death in which he spoke of how much he was looking forward to decorating his new home. The current look is the work of renowned design firm Paul Davies London, which has styled the space into an homage to the late designer, complete with a hallway – sorry, catwalk – lined with photographs of McQueen’s most famous shows.
McQueen wasn’t the property’s only famous occupant: author P.G Wodehouse owned it before him, as did His Highness Alexander Mountbatten – grandson of Queen Victoria, no less.