It can be yours for as little as 203 million euros. It's one of London's most expensive residences to this day.
One Hyde Park, London's most expensive penthouse
British billionaire real estate mogul Nick Candy, alongside his brother Christian, has given London some of its most lavish and desirable real estate projects in the city's modern history over the past two decades. The three most important properties built by the duo, including One Hyde Park, NoHo Square and the Chelsea Barracks (the latter perhaps the most expensive real estate project ever in Britain), are among the most sought after addresses in London and it may seem normal that Nick Candy decided to keep some of it for himself.
This property is the breathtaking penthouse at One Hyde Park, now known as the address of the Mandarin Oriental, built in 2011 and still one of London's most expensive residences to this day. A crown jewel atop what was then the world's most exclusive residential project, this penthouse is the very definition of old-school British opulence and luxury. And it is now for sale.
Nick Candy put the 1,672 square meter penthouse on the market for 203 million euros, making it the most expensive apartment in history for sale in the British capital.
Of course, at this price you might have the epitome of what a London apartment can be, with a view of Hyde Park, five bedrooms, a double walk-in closet for the master suite, marble bathrooms, a kitchen Japanese-inspired with a 750-bottle wine cellar, private spa with sauna and steam room, fitness studio and two outdoor terraces.
The purchase of the property also includes 4 parking spaces, 4 storage spaces and access to the Mandarin Oriental concierge team.
More information on candyldn.com
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