The apartment block once inhabited by Sex Pistols stars John Lydon and Sid Vicious has reopened following a $9.25 million (GBP5 million) make-over.
The rockers illegally stayed at the North London building in the late 1970s.
The apartment had no running water or electricity and was declared unfit for habitation by the local Hampstead council.
But now the block has been given a multi-million dollar facelift and reopened for public sale.
New tenants will still be able to see the legacy of the music legends, as Vicious etched his name into one of the blocks on the outside of the building.
The carving has been left in place to preserve the history of the block.