A 9,000-square-foot duplex penthouse in North West London has come on the market as a rental asking £25,000 (US$32,583) per week.
Located on The Bishops Avenue, a famously wealthy street extending north from Hampstead Heath, the apartment can be accessed directly from a private elevator, and the upper level includes three bedroom suites, two kitchens, a living room and a dining room, according to marketing materials, as well as a terrace with extensive views and plant design by Olivia TrueLove’s Kinland Design.
The lower level of the penthouse, which hit the market this week, includes a game room, a study, a bedroom suite with a kitchenette, an exercise studio with a steam/shower room, a courtyard garden, and direct private elevator access to a dedicated garage with space for five cars.
Located in high-end boutique building Buxmead, which has 10 units in total, the apartment is being marketed as The Penthouse at Buxmead, and has been extensively refurbished and designed by architectural and interior design firm SHH.
“[The penthouse] is likely to appeal to tenants who previously may have restricted their search to prime central London but post Covid, we are seeing that the most prized asset is a home that delivers on all aspects of wellness,” said a statement from Dean Main, managing director of Henigman, the developer behind the project. “At Buxmead, not only do tenants have access to a wealth of top of the range health, spa and beauty facilities, they also enjoy the benefit of professionally designed private communal gardens, as well as acres of green space from nearby Kenwood and Hampstead Heath.”
Article Source: Mansion Global