A leopard print bedroom stool, cigar burns on the carpet and a Jim’ll Fix It bar of soap are the only clues as to who used to live in the run-down penthouse flat.
And Sir Jim will certainly fix it for charity one last time with the proceeds from the sale of his four homes.
The flats in Leeds, Scarborough, London and Bournemouth are expected to raise a total of around £1 million, with all proceeds going to his own charity.
In Leeds, the top floor three-bedroomed flat overlooking Roundhay Park, is on the market for £325,000 but needs complete renovation.
And his seaside Scarborough flat at Wessex Court, with views over the east coast, is on sale for £175,000.
Proceeds will go to the Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust, his own charity set up to help ‘poorly people in hospital beds,’ as stated in his will.
He bought the flat in the late 1970s and asked the seller to leave everything in it including the famous white leather sofa and even the crockery. Estate agents Manning Stainton list the property at West Avenue as having stunning panoramic views but needing complete re-development.
Sir Jim’s nephew Roger Foster said: “It is a very nostalgic time to hear the flat is up for sale. I spent many happy times there looking out of the window, watching the seasons change. The views are magnificent.”
Next door neighbour Malcolm Statman said he missed their flamboyant friend and neighbour: “We always used to see Jim out on the balcony and genuinely miss him. The flat is great and has a spectacular view but needs a lot of money spending on it.”
In the star’s kitchen there is no oven or hob, as he preferred to eat out. He once said: “An oven means cooking and cooking means women and that means brain damage.”
The flat was once filled with a lifetime of mementoes from his broadcasting career as DJ and celebrity marathon runner who generated more than £42m in his lifetime.
The living room walls were once adorned with photographs of him meeting world famous stars such as Elvis, The Beatles, royalty and The Pope.
The balcony, adorned in fake green turf, overlooked the biggest park in Europe and every morning he would walk out and take in the view.
The Leeds born star died in the flat on October 29, 2011, just two days before his 85th birthday.
He gave his last ever press interview to the YEP just four days before he died, as he puffed on a cigar.
Another home in Glencoe, Scotland, has been kept on to be used by injured soldiers.