A Penthouse In London Joins The Market At £17.5 Million
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A Penthouse In London Joins The Market At £17.5 Million

January 18, 2022 Share

Imagine seeing London through its eye – no, literally. This newly listed penthouse has a front-row seat to London’s iconic Millennium Wheel.

You wouldn’t think spaces this big existed in a city with narrow streets. But there is a reason why London is one of the most expensive cities in the world. 

It is the financial centre of Europe and has been the United Kingdom’s hub for educational and cultural practices for years.

What’s even more phenomenal is that, according to City.AM £15 billion (US$20 billion) of London homes sit empty. It’s official; last year, the data showed that around 42 per 1,000 homes are gathering dust. 

The capital’s councils saw long-term vacancies skyrocket 82 per cent from 2019 to 2020, with the collision of Brexit and the pandemic likely nudging figures northward.

Photo From Knight Frank

When they retire, they can move to any other city in the world and immediately make their money grow.

It is just waiting for someone to fully invest their stone-hard cash into making it their next dream home or London holiday base.

Frazer Cunnane. From Knight Frank
Frazer Cunnane. From Knight Frank
Frazer Cunnane. From Knight Frank
Frazer Cunnane. From Knight Frank
Frazer Cunnane. From Knight Frank

Oh, and just to add a couple of cherries, they have thrown in two dedicated parking spaces and a fully furnished interior valued at £1 million (US$1.3 million). 

There is even a direct view of Big Ben through a full-height glazed sliding door that leads onto a private terrace. Imagine using the world’s-famous clock face as your alarm clock? It could be a nightmare to turn off, though.

Design studio Goddard Littlefair created and “furnished the 3,778-square-foot penthouse apartment, which encompasses the entire 10th floor,” says Mansion Global.

This includes two primary bedroom suites with walk-in-dressing rooms, two guest bedrooms, two kitchens, an open-plan living/dining area, two guest bathrooms, a large terrace and a private balcony.

As soon as I saw the images of the new build property, I couldn’t keep my eyes off it. I mean, a writer could only dream.

With a prime location, open-planned layout, phenomenal specification and a luxurious interior design waiting for you, it’s a wonder no one has snapped it up already. 

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