A luxury penthouse with an eye-watering asking price of £8.2million has hit the market in central London.
The jewel in the crown of the major Battersea Power Station redevelopment boasts stunning views over the River Thames and modern interior design.
Sellers have offered a glimpse inside the lavish pad at the new development at the classic art deco building which could be all yours – if you’ve a few million to spare.
The home is the top executive property in the £9billion redevelopment of the disused plant on the south bank of the Thames, and just a short walk from picturesque Battersea Park and the sights of Westminster.
The expansive three-bedroom, three-bathroom property just five rooms boasts a stylish kitchen, lounge and dining room.
A roof terrace offers stunning views from the 11th floor of the Grade II-listed building.
The terrace opens up to vistas overlooking the River Thames and the capital and features plenty of space for entertaining outdoors.
But even for that price-tag, if the new owner wishes to park their car at their apartment they will have to fork out another £150,000.
The property – being marketed by Nest Seekers – offers a total 2,381 square footage, with 1,294sq-ft of the space outside.
The listing reads: “Nest Seekers London is proud to list this stunning 2381 sq ft, three bed, three bath duplex penthouse at Boiler House in the Battersea Power Station.
“A fantastic and luxurious penthouse with terraces and views over the development on the banks of the Thames.
“If you ever thought what living inside of an art deco power station would be like, well now’s the time to own part of this iconic landmark designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott.
“After many years of being a ghost building, its re-incarnation was thoughtfully executed by architects WilkinsonEyre all the while in keeping with a 21st-century vision.”
The redevelopment of the power station in Battersea, south London, is set to provide 4,239 new homes across eight phases including 386 classed as ‘affordable.’
The property pictured is listed for completion this year, according to the advert.
The entire £9bn development is made up of eight phases.
The Power Station is Phase two and will open to the public in spring 2022, with the entire development set to the complete by 2030.
The site will also include 19 acres of public space and six acres of a riverside park.
Battersea Power Station shut in 1983.