Penthouse at Bishopsgate Residences on sale for $25mil
A high-end penthouse at Bishopsgate Residences has been marketed by using confidential treaty with an indicative value of approximately $Twenty Five million, revealed sole advertising and marketing specialist OrangeTee Advisory.
Featuring a floor space of 5.974K square foot, the penthouse contains 4 guest rooms, a family spot, patio, exquisite cooking area, Eastern cooking area, rooftop patio as well as personal swimming pool. All bed rooms are furnished by ensuite fittings, while at the same time the family members area has likely been switched toward a little office-cum-activity spot.
Situated at 1 Bishopsgate in District Ten, Bishopsgate Residences is a 31 unit freehold condominium that was built by Kajima in 2012. It is next door to zoned GCBs as well as is the sole site in Bishopsgate with authorization for condo development.
The marketing and advertising professional noted that a number of embassies can be identified inside of the district such as that of China, Malaysia, ID, Brunei as well as the UK– “making Bishopsgate an extremely protected and demanded area”.
Despite having its unique area, Bishopsgate Residences is just a 5-minute commute to Orchard Rd retail therapy street plus around ten minutes to the CBD. It is likewise close to different global schools like Invictus Int’l School, EtonHouse International Sch Orchard also Furen Int’l School.
By having the residential sector remaining resilient in spite of COVID-19, W.H. Chew, Senior Mgr of OrangeTee Advisory imagines the penthouse to bring in significant attention.
” This particular penthouse is certainly an extraordinary product in this prestigious, low density estate, and also our team trust that it will certainly invite extremely high net worth people, particularly immigrants looking out for a house or possibly to invest in a stable income-producing possession,” Chew said.
” We also project robust enthusiasm from homebuyers who value its tranquility as well as individuality while at the same time taking joy in the convenience of its prime area.”