Beau House: London’s most insane penthouse?

With a reported asking price of £15 million, this penthouse is laced in luxury

In St James’s, one of London’s most prestigious neighbourhoods, sits a brand new residential scheme, Beau House, whose shining star is its truly exceptional penthouse. In an exclusive collaboration between developers Dukelease and world-renowned interior designer Oliver Burns, the building comprises of just seven single apartments ranging from one to three bedrooms and the ultimate in gentlemanly rooms – the duplex penthouse.

The entire residential scheme has been inspired by one of the most celebrated figures in men’s fashion, Beau Brummell, whose statue stands on the same street as the residence.

A vast roof terrace that boasts views across the whole city

The stunning penthouse itself spans 3,000 square foot across two floors and with a vast roof terrace that boasts views across the whole city. The design is inspired by the home’s famed neighbouring road, Jermyn Street, and works to combine contemporary luxury with classic craftsmanship, ensuring that attention to detail is of the utmost importance and is synonymous with Great British design.

The theme that runs throughout the entire penthouse is Britain

The theme that runs throughout the entire penthouse is Britain; every effort has been made to ensure that the building feels right at home in the centre of the capital, and Oliver Burns has made sure that distinguished hallmarks of architecture and interior design are there throughout.

Each of the rooms in the penthouse are different and showcase some of the most treasured pieces of design in the world, including customised Chevron dining chairs, Lee Broom marble and crystal pendent lights and a Davidson dining table in sycamore. The roof terrace is perhaps the biggest selling point – it’s been designed as an extension to the interior living space and is set out to be the perfect place to entertain, relax and enjoy the incredible surrounding views from the building.

Pricing is yet to be confirmed, but expected to be in excess of £15m. For more information, visit here.

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