A London flat the Beatles called home is on the market for $3.5 million (GBP1.75 million). The band's late manager Brian Epstein rented the three bedroom Mayfair home in 1963 so the Fab Four could escape their obsessive fans. Although they spent just months there, it remains the only place all four bandmembers have all lived at together. It has been refurbished into a two-bedroom apartment by its owner, who is based in California, and is seeking at least $3.5 million from a sale at Sotheby's auction house. Estate agent Pat Bevan says, "The owner is aware of its history, but hasn't turned it into a Beatles shrine or anything like that."