Imagine walking the halls of one of the greatest historical composers of all time. That’s The London House, where Mozart composed his very first symphony. For a whopping $9.63 million, the Mozart Foundation owns this home. When Mozart was young, he traveled to Europe with his father and older sister. Only royal audiences heard his musical talent. When they were in London, they paused for a time at a brick townhouse, where Mozart composed his very first symphony, No. 1 in E flat major, that would change the lives of millions of people, and the music world as we know it. There’s even a 33-meter-long garden, perfect for kids to kick a ball around and play, when they’re needing a break from creating music, that is. Tom Lamb, from Mansion Global, said, “The previous owner, who lived in the house for 50 years, did all the renovations and added the two buildings. While the original building had a charm of its own, the renovations transformed the old-fashioned residence, adapting it for modern living by creating open-living spaces and adding a generous kitchen.” The renovations, though modern, made the space look more inviting (Classic FM).