Penthouse apartments where owners can eat, sleep and live OUTSIDE go on sale for £5.75million

June 4, 2013 | by | 1 Comment

A pair of penthouse apartments which have been designed so you can eat, live and sleep OUTSIDE have gone on the market for a cool £5.75 million each.

The Bezier is a 200ft-high apartment block which has been built in London’s Tech City – the East End equivalent of Silicon Valley.

And sitting at the top of the 12 storey building are two stunning duplex apartments designed to be the ultimate in the area.

The outside living space at Penthouse 127 on The Bezier apartment building

The outside living space at Penthouse 127 on The Bezier apartment building

Both penthouses boast three bedrooms and luxury kitchens but it is their exteriors, which measure 200 ft upwards, that will grab the attention of any multi-millionaire homebuyers.

The terraces are split into three separate spaces which include a leisure area which comes with outdoor shower, sun lounging area and EIGHT-person jacuzzi.

There is also a living area with outside television and gas fire and a dining area along with an outside kitchen which boasts a barbecue, raised bar and fridge.

This gives the penthouses a distinctly Australian feel because, while it is uncommon in the UK, it is the norm in some parts of Oz.

The Bezier is a 200ft-high apartment block which has been built in London'€™s Tech City - the East End equivalent of Silicon Valley

The Bezier is a 200ft-high apartment block which has been built in London’€™s Tech City – the East End equivalent of Silicon Valley

The outside pool in the penthouse apartments

The outside pool in the penthouse apartments

The outdoor living room in the plush penthouses

The outdoor living room in the plush penthouses

The recently completed penthouse flats, which are officially launched on June 19, have been built by upmarket developers Tudorvale.

Penthouse 122, which is inspired by Hermes, has a 2,476sq/ft interior and 1,586sq/ft terrace – and comes with a £5.5 million price-tag.

For £5.75 million, the Fendi-themed Penthouse 127 provides 2,639sq/ft of interior space laid out over two floors, as well as a private terrace of 1,372sq/ft.

Both flats, which have a 24-hour concierge and two parking spaces, have a system which controls all lighting, heating, air conditioning, TVs and blinds.

Tudorvale says the Bezier penthouses’ “design and mix of facilities gives the ambience of an exclusive private member’s club”.

The developer says it is not just a home, “but an exceptional place to entertain and meet friends, exercise, have lunch, relax or network with business colleagues”.

Eamon Lyons, managing director of Tudorvale, added: “These luxury-brand themed Bezier penthouses are magnificent and have their own unique design and highly distinctive features.

“They provide superb quality and are quite simply the finest uber-prime residences in the City of London region: nothing of equivalent quality exists in the local housing market.”

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  1. Reuf Jahic says:

    Wow! Just wow – those penthouses look the business, don’t they, with their additional extras and luxury touches. I can’t help wondering, however, how much use the outside facilities will get in this unpredictable British weather. Here’s hoping for a warm spring and summer for the lucky buyers of these stunning penthouses.

    Sometimes, people need to stay in the capital for a short time only and can’t face booking into an impersonal hotel. Luxury living in London doesn’t come cheap; not everyone has a spare £5.75 million hanging about. A great option for them is to book a self-catering apartment with Collingham Serviced Apartments (http://www.collinghamapartments.co.uk) Based in Kensington, they still offer enjoyable luxury and a convenient setting, with concierge and housekeeping services. A small taste, perhaps of penthouse living at affordable prices.

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