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Close-up of the $247 million Penthouse in London

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With a price of 247 million USD, equivalent to 145,294 USD/m2, this penthouse becomes the most expensive apartment in the British capital…
A super penthouse of nearly 1,700 m2 of PH-B class at One Hyde Park building, located in the rich Knightbridge, London, UK is for sale. However, the PH-B penthouses here are not for sale publicly, but only whisper among the elite.

According to CNBC, the price of this penthouse is $ 247 million, equivalent to $ 145,294 / m2, making it the most expensive apartment in the British capital. Once owned by London real estate mogul Nick Candy, this penthouse has 2 floors, each floor is nearly 850 square meters, and has a total of 5 bedrooms. Candy has lived here with his wife and two daughters for about five years. Pictured is the hallway of the penthouse. Living room with glass doors extending from floor to ceiling with a view of the park. Gorgeous living room with chandelier and fireplace. The apartment has 5 bedrooms. Pictured is the master bedroom. Dining room with a wine room hidden behind the wall. Bathroom with marble floors and walls. Not only the above penthouse, One Hyde Park building also has many expensive apartments with prices from about $28 million. It is home to the largest Rolex watch store in Europe as well as the McLaren store with six shiny million dollar supercars on display. Last month, another 1,300-square-foot unfurnished penthouse in One Hyde Park sold for $157 million. According to Knight Frank, including taxes and interior costs, the price of this apartment can be up to 212-226 million USD. According to Rory Penn, director of Private Office, owned by Knight Frank, despite the pandemic, the number of real estate transactions worth more than $10 million in London in 2020 remains the highest globally. Last year, the total value of real estate transactions of $ 10 million or more in the British capital was $ 3.7 billion, surpassing both New York and Hong Kong – two famously expensive real estate markets in the world. world.