Penthouse at Bishopsgate Residences on sale for $25mil
A high end penthouse at Bishopsgate Residences has been marketed via nonpublic treaty utilizing an expressive pricing of approximately $25 million, shared sole promotion and marketing professional OrangeTee Advisory.
Holding a ground size of 5.974K sq ft, the penthouse provides 4 bed rooms, a household space, balcony, premium home kitchen, Oriental kitchen, rooftop balcony plus own pool. All of the guest rooms are fixed by ensuite appliances, whilst the household spot has gotten transformed in to a small office plus activity space.
Situated at 1 Bishopsgate in District 10, Bishopsgate Residences is a 31-unit rental free condo that was developed by Kajima in 2K12. It is adjacent to sector Good Class Bungalows and even is the sole plot within Bishopsgate with consent for condo development.
The promotion and marketing representative marked that a couple of consular offices can be located within the proximity consisting of that of China, M’sia, ID, Brunei and also the United Kingdom– “making Bishopsgate a particularly defended and searched for neighborhood”.
Despite its premium area, Bishopsgate Residences is just a 5-minute travel to the Orchard Road retail belt as well as about ten minutes to the Central Business District. It is also neighboring different international institutions like Invictus International Sch, EtonHouse International School Orchard and also FIS.
With the residence sector staying resilient even with COVID-19, W.H. Chew, SM of OrangeTee Advisory counts on the penthouse to attract considerable attraction.
” This penthouse is definitely an exceptional property in this distinguished, low-density area, and also our team believe that it will interest ultra-high net worth people, particularly immigrants trying to find a house or possibly to obtain a secure income generating possession,” she stated.
” We likewise expect solid attraction from buyers that treasure its tranquility as well as individuality while at the same time taking pleasure in the mobility of its own prime spot.”