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This exquisite, 1,690-square-foot corner unit penthouse comes with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and three balconies. A fourth bedroom, connected to a third bathroom, serves as the maid’s quarters. A sense of exclusivity begins from the basement carpark, where a private lift takes the owner to his home. Upon entering the east-facing apartment, one gets the feeling of luxury and space. The seven-meter high ceiling height of the living room with wrap around glass of four-meter height adds a sense of luxury and lightness of space that one rarely gets to enjoy – especially one with a full view of the Botanic Gardens.
The entire penthouse is impeccably furnished. The living room is adorned with armchairs customised with petrified grey oak and sofas by Walter Knoll. The beautiful matte white marble flooring is juxtaposed with custom shelving made from an elegant non-porous brown engineered stone as well as intricate wallpaper by Phillip Jefferies. Adding a sense of luxury while giving the apartment an intimate, homely feeling, is the French Oak engineered wood wall cladding by Listone Giordano.
The dining room features a cantilevered dining table that seats eight comfortably on custom cream leather dining chairs from Portugal. The dining room also provides access to a stylish bar counter by Cosentino and open kitchen with double door fridge and freezer, oven and dishwasher by Gaggenau. A perfect setting for hosting friends.
The living and dining areas are accessible to two balconies overlooking the lushness of the Gardens. Both balconies come with a day bed and a sitting area with counter seats.