Positioned close by Covent Garden and Soho at London’s West End, the 34-story Centre Point structure became known as one of the very first skyscrapers to emerge itself in London. Constructed in 1966, the building is currently being reassessed as an opulent residential destination by London based development firm Almacantar. Scheduled to open sometime this fall, the luxurious residential skyscraper will be offering 82 one-to-five bedroom apartments. While the focal point of the building will be it’s 7,223 square-foot duplex penthouse offering a stunning 360 degree view of London with barely any towering building in the way of your pitch perfect London view.
The ostentatious penthouse residence introduces stained oak panels, herringbone oak and limestone flooring, and floor to ceiling glass windows that project a simply breathtaking view of the bustling city below. The five bedroom and seven bath accommodation also features a state of the art kitchen with black granite countertops, dim black cabinets, and Gaggenau appliances. In addition, the penthouse showcases a stellar, curvilinear terrace overshadowed by the buildings “Centre Point” sign, which allows residents a whole new perspective from a completely unique viewpoint.
Offering luxurious amenities such as conference rooms, treatment areas, a gym, spa, and an indoor swimming pool, the residential building won’t be shy of any luxury necessity one might need while staying at Centre Point. This extraordinary London Penthouse gives you the opportunity to experience a view like no other and an investment that is beyond compare. The duplex penthouse is presently listed at about $70 million.