It’s what dreams are made of – wouldn’t you love to wake up to views of London’s most iconic landmarks, including the Shard and St Paul’s Cathedral? This incredible £13 million penthouse might cost a pretty penny, but it’s basically within touching distance of Tower Bridge and has prime panoramic views like no other home in the city.
Aptly named The High Command, the super-luxe apartment is sat on top of the historic former Courage Brewery warehouse on the banks of the River Thames.
The huge four-bed apartment boasts almost 400 square metres of prime real estate, which is arranged over four floors. Obviously with such unique views, the penthouse was designed with this in mind, so floor-to-ceiling glazing has been used throughout to frame the incredible views of Tower Bridge, plus there are five spacious terraces for soaking up the London skyline and dining al fresco during the summer.
The industrial building was converted into luxury pads in the 1980s, with this penthouse being the jewel in the crown. The 10th and 11th floors are made for prime viewing, with an unique rotunda containing a gallery, gazebo and terrace offering the best 360 degree views of the city.
On the lower floors are the main living accommodation, with a vast open-plan living room and separate kitchen, with a further two floors above containing bedrooms. On the eighth floor, there is a dreamy master suite, complete with its own living area, terrace, en-suite bathroom and the ultimate walk-in wardrobe, plus two further bedrooms and guest bathroom. The ninth floor is entirely dedicated to one bedroom, again with an en suite and terrace overhanging the river.
As you would expect, the penthouse has its own private lift to go between the floors, plus it’s got four of its own allocated parking spaces.
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