This truly one of a kind apartment is set over the 29th floor of one of west London's most iconic land mark buildings. Trellick Tower opened in 1972 as the Brutalist futuristic masterpiece of renowned architect Erno Goldfinger, the tower was planned as an illustration of a new way of thinking in social living. The building was awarded grade II listed status in 1998.
This particular apartment offers two large double bedrooms with built in storage, one bathroom with full bath and shower overhead. The open plan reception room and kitchen both have access out onto the balcony with sweeping views over Notting Hill, Golborne Road and as far as the eye can see out to Battersea and Crystal Palace on the horizon.
Of course the apartment comes with fully functional skate park built directly into the reception space, all abilities welcome. This must be seen to be truly believed.
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