The most expensive flat in the world will fetch around £140m.
£140m is enough to raise the eyebrows of even the mega-rich when it comes to property in London.
The property is in Knightsbridge and works out at more than £6,000 per square foot. Local shops include Harrods and Harvey Nichols. It has four bedrooms and is over two floors.The apartment boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, has its own car park and access to all the leisure facilities that a discerning buyer would expect, like health spas and squash courts.
The previous most expensive flat in the world was valued at £115 million in a rival Central London development at St James’s Square in 2008.
You won’t find it listed on Right Move as the identity of the buyers is unknown though some speculate a buyer from the Middle East is interested on the back of rising oil prices and looking for investment.
The property developers behind this outragiously luxurios apartment are Christian and Nick Candy, whose bid to redevelop the Chelsea Barracks collapsed after the Prince of Wales raised architectural objections with their Qatari partners.