A flat at Battersea Power Station has gone on the market for a massive £31million with 360 degree views across London and it even boasts a staff bedroom and office
A flat that comes complete with a staff bedroom and office has gone on the market for a massive £31 million at Battersea Power Station.
The four bed, four bath apartment is housed in the power station’s boiler room and combines two flats converted into one that has been designed by the New York-based Joe Serrins Studio. A new owner will be able to sit between two of the station’s famous white chimneys as they sip their morning coffee.
There is a dining and sitting area underneath one of four iconic furnaces, an internal roof garden and a roof terrace with 360-degree city and river views across London just off the main bedroom. River views can also be seen from the main living spaces and all bedrooms on the upper floor of the 6,000-sq ft pad.
Agents Sotheby’s International Realty said on Rightmove: “Upon entering the apartment, you are greeted with open and spacious living spaces, a formal living room, dining room, TV room and large kitchen.
“There is also a staff area with bedroom and office space with private access. The feature staircase takes you to the top floor which houses a secondary media and family room, study with balcony, two river facing guest bedroom suites with exceptional storage, and integrated kitchenette and utility room.”
Upstairs there is a main bedroom, two large dressing rooms, a bathroom suite and a dual aspect bedroom which leads out onto a two-tiered private roof terrace. Views from the bath are astounding – with the London skyline visible as you soak in the tub.
A staircase leads to a fully electronic roof light that opens onto a vast roof terrace with a large, decked area. The apartment offers under-floor heating, air cooling and secure underground parking for four cars.
The Boiler House also has a communal resident garden on the 11th floor and 24/7 porter and concierge services. While there is an on-site gym, pool and classes for residents.
Battersea Power Station was a working coal-fired power station from about 1930 to 1980. At its peak, it was producing a fifth of London’s power, supplying electricity to some of London’s most recognisable landmarks, such as the Houses of Parliament and Buckingham Palace.