Penthouse at Bishopsgate Residences on sale for $25mil
A high end penthouse at Bishopsgate Residences has recently gotten put up for transaction via reserved negotiation with an expressive value of nearly $Twenty Five million, exposed only advertising and marketing specialist OrangeTee Advisory.
Acquiring a floor surface area of 5,974 sq ft, the penthouse contains 4 rooms, a family area, balcony, exquisite cooking area, Eastern kitchen, rooftop terrace and individual pool. All of the guest rooms are suited by ensuite comforts, while at the same time the household spot has already gotten converted toward a tiny office-cum-activity area.
Situated at One Bishopsgate in District Ten, Bishopsgate Residences is a 31 apartment rental free condo in which got established by Kajima in 2012. It is next to area Good Class Bungalows and even is the sole plot within Bishopsgate that has gotten permit for condominium development.
The promotion and marketing agent mentioned that various embassies can be discovered amongst the location such as that of China, M’sia, Indo, BN and the UK– “making Bishopsgate a particularly shielded and sought after neighbourhood”.
Despite having its extraordinary area, Bishopsgate Residences is just a 5 minute drive to the Orchard Rd retail therapy belt and roughly ten mins to the CBD. It is at the same time close to different int’l schools such as Invictus Int’l Sch, EtonHouse Int’l Sch Orchard also FIS.
With the non commercial market standing supple even with COVID-19, W.H. Chew, SM of OrangeTee Advisory foresees the penthouse to catch the attention of substantial interest.
” This penthouse is certainly an one-of-a-kind product within this distinguished, low density residence, and we have faith that it will interest ultra-high total assets people, specifically immigrants shopping for a residential property or possibly to acquire a strong income producing property,” Chew revealed.
” We similarly anticipate solid enthusiasm from property buyers who cherish its calmness as well as exclusiveness while at the same time reveling in the mobility of its own prime site.”