There’s a shortage of space in London and developers are doing everything they can to maximise on existing space for some of the wealthiest to create luxury apartments.
In London’s hedge fund capital Mayfair developers Glebe found a solution — build one massive luxury flat across one floor instead of several.
The flat is situated in The Mellier, 26 Albemarle Street in the fashionable “Artisan Quarter” of Mayfair and has 3,588 square foot (333.33 square metres) of living space. It also has the largest room dimensions and highest ceilings (3.5 metres) of any new apartment in London’s West End.
The property, which is now being listed by luxury estate agents Wetherell, will also set you back a huge £15.95 million ($23.9 million).
“This magnificent lateral residence has the tallest ceilings and largest room dimensions of any new Mayfair apartment currently on the market,” said Peter Wetherell, CEO of Wetherell in a statement.
“The sophisticated ambience, the attention to detail and the unparalleled quality of the specification combine with the exceptional living space to deliver the most outstanding lateral apartment in London’s West End.”
So Business Insider decided to take a look inside to see what all the fuss is about.