The Manhattan-style penthouse emulates a contemporary urban pad and boasts beautiful open-plan living quarters and a minimalist architectural style and design. Its current owner – beloved Friends actor Mathew Perry has put it on the market for the sum of £7 million. He stayed in the property during his appearance in The End Of Longing on the London theatre stage.
There is a large duple terrace with wonderful views of Regent’s Park and the apartment takes up the sixth and seventh floors of a newly developed building. It has a master suite with a private bathroom as well as two smaller bedrooms and en-suite bathrooms. A spacious kitchen is furnished with white high-gloss, state-of-the- art appliances and elegant wood finishes with over-sized wall tiles. An ample island separates the kitchen from the living area. An eclectic mixture of marble, wood, high-gloss and designer fabrics make for a dynamic and modern ambiance.
All bathrooms are designed with marble and beautiful over-sized tiles. Free-standing baths complete the modern interior. A sleek, contemporary design scheme is displayed throughout the apartment and the colour palette is mostly grey, blue and mustard. Some of the corridor walls are decked entirely in wood and there is a definite urban cool factor in all spaces. Funky touches in blues and mustard add to the Avant garde feel of the home, which would make a perfect billionaire’s bachelor pad.
An open-tread wooden staircase leads to the master bedroom, which is designed in soothing greys and blues. There is plenty of space with walk-in closets and a panoramic terrace just outside it.
The premier-spot building comes with a 24-hour concierge service and within walking distance of Primrose Hill and the Royal Institute of British Architects. Direct views of one of London’s best-known royal parks – Regent’s Park – can be enjoyed from the private terrace of the property.