Tim Burton is obsessed with figures who crack societal anticipations, these as Edward Scissorhands and Dumbo. So it’s no shock that this unconventional glass property in London caught his eye.
Burton rented this Primrose Hill glass mansion with an underground tunnel even though making Disney’s 2019 live-action Dumbo film. The $28 million house spans 13,000 square toes above two wings, which are linked by an underground tunnel.
Concerning the two glass towers is a stone-floored courtyard with a wall of ivy, abundant greenery, seating parts and a central olive tree amongst the two structures.
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