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Complete with a pool and exclusive bulletproof windows – This $211 million USD apartment is the most luxurious house in the UK

A penthouse apartment is one of London’s most luxury development has sold for 211 Million USD to become UK’s most costly house!

The one Hyde Park area in Knightsbridge is spread over the top 2 floors of block B and boats 2 wine cellars, 2 terraces with the site over Hyde Park and underground parking through a steel and glass car lift.
Harvey Nichols and Harrods are meters from the glass entrance hall, and the 5-star Mandarin Oriental Hotel after that door offers residents room service.

The interiors are just as excessive. Padded silk corridors Chandeliers, bulletproof windows, European-oak floors, and bronze busts abound, reported in 2013. SAS-trained guards, whole with bowler hats, patrol the expansion. But, sadly, there is no fort in the garden.

One Hyde Park was constructing by multi-millionaire London property constructors, the Candy brothers in 07. They bought the ground where the expansion stands for 180 Million USD in 2004. Since then the 87-apartment complex has to turn out to be one of the most luxurious in the globe with properties regularly changing hands for millions of pounds.

Extremely little is known about the latest penthouse holder because the residence was bought by 2 holding firms registered lawfully offshore in Guernsey.

According to report the sales completed in May but the Land Registry has just released details. The stamp duty one the penthouse lone is thought to be $30-35 Million USD, depending on if the penthouse is a major residence or registered holiday house. The new holders will also be forced to over 300,000 USD a year in additional taxes if they want to keep unknown.

Wish to live in the luxury life? A 5 bedroom apartment in One Hyde Park has just listed for the more modest sum of over $80 Million.

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