Penthouse at Bishopsgate Residences on sale for $25mil
A luxury penthouse at Bishopsgate Residences has been marketed by means of non-public negotiation utilizing a suggestive price of nearly $Twenty Five million, communicated single marketing and advertising professional OrangeTee Advisory.
Possessing a ground area of 5.974K sq feet, the penthouse provides four bedrooms, a household space, patio, gourmet cooking area, Eastern kitchen, roof balcony and own pool. Every of the guest rooms are installed with ensuite equipments, while the family members area has gotten switched in to a small office + activity spot.
Located at 1 Bishopsgate in Area Ten, Bishopsgate Residences is a 31-unit freehold condominium in which was put together by Kajima in ’12. It is alongside to zoned Good Class Bungalows and is the sole plot among Bishopsgate with approval for condominium building.
The promotion and marketing professional kept in mind that various consular offices may be discovered within the area including that of CN, M’sia, ID, BN and also the UK– “getting Bishopsgate a highly protected and searched for area”.
Despite its distinctive area, Bishopsgate Residences is merely a 5-minute commute to Orchard Road retail street and also roughly 10 minutes to the CBD. It is additionally nearby different international schs like Invictus International School, EtonHouse International Sch Orchard and also Furen International School.
With the housing market continuing to be resilient in spite of the pandemic, W.H. Chew, SM of OrangeTee Advisory foresees the penthouse to draw in significant attention.
” This kind of penthouse is definitely a distinct property within this respected, low density residence, and our team believe that it will certainly entice ultra high total assets people, particularly foreigners hunting for a residence or possibly to purchase a constant revenue generating possession,” Chew said.
” We at the same time suppose strong enthusiasm from property buyers that appreciate its serenity plus individuality while taking pleasure in the accessibility of its prime venue.”