Lateral penthouse available to rent in conversion of former Art Deco garage in Fulham for the staggering sum of £6,500 per week
The Talisman Building in London’s New Kings Road was originally built in the 1930s a garage and petrol filling station. It is now home to the renowned Talisman antiques and design emporium and several apartments. The building’s 5,000 square foot penthouse is currently available for rent for £6,500 per week or £28,167 per month.
Overlooking Eel Brook Common and situated at 79 – 91 New Kings Road, The Talisman Building was described by The New York Times’ Laura Latham as “standing out like a cruise ship in berth” in a December 2010 article. It includes a total of 18,000 square foot of accommodation and was saved from demolition in the early 2000s. Tenants of the commercial spaces there have variously included Amanda Wakeley and John Galliano.
The second floor loft-style lateral apartment on offer through agents Strutt & Parker includes a vast open plan reception space, a media room and an additional entertaining space. There are also four bedrooms and four bathrooms whilst tenants will get the benefit of a private room terrace and off street parking for one car.
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£6,500 a week to live in Fulham!!!!!! F***ing hell. I thought “someone must be having a giggle”.
It is shameful that anyone would spend such an amount on a home whilst the poor beloved daughter of dear Gerry and Kate McCann is still missing. Instead such an individual ought to donate this money to the Find Madeleine fund. It would do such good and help make 2015 the year that Madeleine is rightly brought back to where she belongs.
Some people will love this as will their peer group..
There are people to whom a thousand pounds a day is easily affordable
oddly this has a pleasant aspect and l think it is a jolly spot; so there Reginald…
You are right there Martin. I agree with you. I like the place too despite it being in Fulham.