A £30 million Mayfair apartment for an art lover that is being marketed by way of an extraordinarily detailed 69-page sales brochure
A 5,845 square foot penthouse in Mayfair’s Albermarle Street has been designed and is being marketed in a most unusual way. Alongside being presented to the market by way of an astonishing 69-page sales brochure, the apartment includes a 783 square foot private art gallery space and specially designed art storage. This is a property that has been designed with someone very specific in mind and is one that reflects how Mayfair has morphed into a contemporary art lover’s paradise.
Situated with a development by David Phillips, chief executive of Glebe, the lateral apartment forms part of a Beaux Arts building that was at one time a showroom for Buick cars. It comes “fully dressed” and includes a library, a music room, a grand drawing room and an atelier room. There are also two kitchens, three bedroom suites and both a terrace and a winter garden.
The penthouse at The Mellier, 26 Albermarle Street is on the market through Wetherell for £30 million ($46.6 million, €41.4 million).
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