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Five of the best: Apartments for the jet set

The best apartments for ultra high net worth individuals

 

Jet setting ultra high net worth individuals, be they top flight hedge fund titans or Russian oligarchs, often want homes that they can lock-up-and-leave when they head off to yet another of their residences. They also tend to like properties with the very best of services. Here, we showcase five that might be especially desirable for such people:

 

The Penthouse, 21 Davies Street, Mayfair, London, W1 – £18,000,000

The Penthouse Davies StreetConstructed in 2004, this 4,504 square foot penthouse within a building that bears the motto “Too Many Laws, Too Few Examples” is in need of “internal reconfiguration” according to agents Wetherell. Both the C London restaurant (formerly Cipriani London) and Gagosian Gallery are to be found within this building and it currently features 6 bedroom suites, 4 reception rooms, 2 kitchens and over 1,000 square foot of terracing. It also benefits from 3 designated underground parking spaces and 24-hour uniformed porterage.

 

The Penthouse at The Plaza, 1 Central Park South, New York –£38,000,000

Candy & Candy at The PlazaChristian Candy paid £16,700,000 for this 6,319 square foot triplex atop The Plaza Hotel in 2012. In the time since Candy & Candy have redesigned it and relaunched it through Brown Harris Stevens. Enjoying all the benefits of a “white gloved condominium”, this 4-bedroomed 19th, 20th and 21st floor residence would surely be “just swell” for any modern day Eloise.

 

Apartment, 16th District, Paris, France – £9,900,000

Paris XVIthThis 5-bedroomed 3,552 square foot apartment, available through Daniel Féau Conseil Immobilier, has views to the Eiffel Tower and a large terrace. The sitting room features 18th century paneling and there is parking for 2 vehicles and a staff studio.

 

50 – 52 Queen’s Gate, London, SW7 – £9,250,000

50-52 Queen's GateOriginally marketed at £10,000,000 and currently for sale through W.A. Ellis, this 5 bedroom, 5 bathroom first floor lateral flat features six pairs of French windows leading on to a 54 foot private terrace. It includes 3,648 square foot of accommodation and is described as having “a clever mix of contemporary living within period splendour”.

 

Elisha 2 Penthouse, Jerusalem, Israel – £10,300,000

Elisha 2 Penthouse Jerusalem IsraelReduced from £12,000,000, this 4,500 square foot duplex penthouse enjoys “unmatched views of Jerusalem”. With 4 bedrooms and 4½ bathrooms, the apartment is one of twenty within a building that includes a large indoor swimming pool and three levels of underground parking. It is for sale through Sotheby’s International Realty.

 

 

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