Often a house acquires value because maybe was once the home of someone very famous or important. This is certainly one of those cases. The house I am presenting , which is currently for sale belonged to Severin Wunderman. Wunderman will play someone entirely new, but someone else will remember his name in relation to the passion for watches. It is the owner of Corum, known Swiss brand of watches, who died last summer at age 69. And now it is in selling his London home, a lovely large house and attention to detail. Have you ever wondered the origin of the famous skull drawn in the face of some models Corum? Just take a look at his library, where the skulls are proudly displayed on the shelves. Even the style of the eight bedrooms is decidedly eccentric and reflects many aspects of the personality of his late owner. This home also includes a “hobbit hous”in Gothic style that you will find in the garden. It ‘was originally estimated 15.5 million pounds at the price instead of 10.5 million. I leave you with a gallery of photos to fully appreciate this house.