Despite Brexit uncertainty, London has maintained its No.1 position as the most important global city for the ultra-wealthy according to Knight Frank’s Wealth Report 2017, released last week. London has maintained its standing due to its strong investment opportunities and its unrivaled international connectivity.
Buyers internationally continue to be drawn to London real estate as a strong investment or residential opportunity and we wanted to draw your attention to a unique opportunity in Northacre’s, No.1 Palace Street – a one-of-a-kind property which neighbours Buckingham Palace. It is the only private residence to offer unhindered views across the 47 acres of the gardens of Buckingham Palace and, when it completes in 2019 will provide 10,000 square feet of facilities – a lifestyle fit for a Queen.
The 72 state-of-the-art apartments have been created within the grand Grade II listed property which was originally created in 1890 as one of the first landmark hotels for London and hosted guests of Queen Victoria before the third wing of Buckingham Palace was built.
The ultimate ‘super nest’, No.1 Palace Street will provide a 6,500 sq ft ‘haven of wellbeing’ for resident’s personal use, with expansive gym, personal training suites, treatment rooms and a 20 metre pool flooded with natural light and which offers a secluded sanctuary for residents, overlooking the development’s beautiful landscaped courtyard – a private garden square in the heart of the Capital.
No. 1 Palace Street offers a stunning cinema room, which can be booked by residents, as well as a library and entertaining suite. For No. 1 Palace Street residents, whether you have a one bedroom apartment or the penthouse, you are can entertain your guests like a King.
Developer, Northacre is London’s most sought after luxury property developer and is responsible for the Capital’s most prestigious developments including The Lancasters and The Bromptons. With more than £2billion of real estate within its development portfolio, No. 1 Palace Street is the current jewel in the crown.