Johnny Rotten of the Sex Pistols has listed his former Chelsea residence for £1.55 million (US$1.88 million).

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This two-story maisonette, situated close to Kings Road, is symbolic of London's vibrant 1970s punk culture.

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After the Sex Pistols disbanded in 1978, Rotten, also known as John Lydon, made this property his home.

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Iconic figures such as David Bowie, Adam Ant, and Vivienne Westwood frequently visited the residence, confirming its status in London's rock legacy.

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Agne Karuzaite, from Strutt & Parker, describes the property as an exceptional maisonette that beautifully retains its rich musical heritage.

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Buyers have the unique chance to acquire the apartment fully furnished, offering a blend of London's musical history and Chelsea luxury.

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The maisonette, recently updated, melds traditional elegance with contemporary amenities, boasting a spacious reception room, three bedrooms, and a picturesque dining area.

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An expansive roof terrace, providing panoramic views of London, stands out as the property's main attraction.

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Beyond his time with the Sex Pistols, Rotten formed the post-punk band Public Image Ltd, pursued a solo career, and appeared in the 2021 edition of "The Masked Singer".

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