New luxury penthouse is launched opposite Hyde Park

PUBLISHED: 10:03 24 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:37 24 October 2017

Views of Hyde Park from the living area

Views of Hyde Park from the living area

Kay & Co

The property has been reconfigured to maximise space and natural light

Frontal exterior of Hampshire HouseFrontal exterior of Hampshire House

A striking new penthouse with views across Hyde Park has been unveiled.

Set within the historic Hampshire House and located between Marble Arch and Lancaster Gate, the three bedroom penthouse offers 3,099sq ft of luxury accommodation, which has been refurbished to offer turn key living.

The luxurious bathroom suiteThe luxurious bathroom suite

Full height glass doors leading out onto a vast terrace span the width of the property, and ceiling levels have been raised to enhance space and natural light.

The layout has been reconfigured further to ensure the drawing room, dining area, kitchen and lounge are now situated at the front of the building, to take advantage of the parkside views from the front of the building.

Hyde Park views from the propertyHyde Park views from the property

A large entrance hall with a guest cloakroom and a separate utility room add a sense of grandeur to the property, and three spacious bedrooms situated at the rear of the penthouse, including a private terrace and a principal suite make up the second floor.

In terms of design, the property boats engineered oak flooring, Grigio Italian marble in the bathrooms and a kitchen, designed by Designspace featuring Carrara marble work surfaces, a Quooker hot water boiling tap and Gaggenau fitted appliances.

Bedroom suite at Hampshire HouseBedroom suite at Hampshire House

The penthouse also has the latest home automation system for lighting, AV, blinds and awnings, which can be managed by the integrated touch screen and remote access via a smart phone, iPhone, iPad or tablet.

On the market with estate agent Kay & Co, Hampshire House is set in a prime location opposite Hyde Park and minutes from Mayfair, Knightsbridge and Oxford Street.

Kitchen area featuring Carrara marble work surfacesKitchen area featuring Carrara marble work surfaces

Martin Bikhit, managing director at Kay & Co said: “This penthouse presents a rare opportunity to fully appreciate the beauty of Hyde Park. Featuring generous lateral spaces which have been beautifully interior designed, the property will appeal to those looking to for a private home that they can move straight into.”

The penthouse is priced at £12 million. For further information contact Kay & Co on 020 7262 2030 or visit kayandco.com

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