Best-In-Class Penthouse at Southbank Place Offers Iconic Views and Distinguished Design

LONDON, UK – Media
OutReach – 17
December 2021 – Prominently positioned at the forefront of Southbank
Place
, with sweeping views of the Houses of Parliament, London Eye and
across the River Thames onto the City of London, is The Penthouse at
Belvedere Gardens
, a spectacular four-bedroom apartment.

Belvedere Gardens Penthouse Reception

Belvedere Gardens Penthouse Terrace

Just released onto the market
for £17.5 million, The Penthouse at Belvedere Gardens, which has
been designed and dressed by the award-winning design studio Goddard
Littlefair
, is one of London’s most exclusive residences.

Goddard
Littlefair
is responsible
for creating the design-led interior schemes for all 97 apartments, communal
areas and state of the art spa facilities at Belvedere Gardens. The
spirit of the South Bank was an irresistible inspiration for the scheme, which
once occupied some of the land that was used for The Festival of Britain, held
in 1951, with the studio drawing on the energy, optimism and creativity that
the festival embodied throughout the building’s interior and architecture
styling.

Occupying the entire 10th
floor and providing 360º views across London, the 3,778 sq. ft. penthouse comprises
two master bedroom suites with walk-in-dressing rooms, two guest bedrooms, two
kitchens, an open-plan living/dining area, two guest bathrooms, expansive
terrace and a private balcony.

Benefitting from two separate
entrances, accessed via a private corridor, The Penthouse at Belvedere
Gardens
provides visitors with immediate, show-stopping views as they enter
the open-plan living/dining area, where they can soak in the incredible sight
of the London skyline through floor-to-ceiling triple-glazed windows.

A key element of Goddard
Littlefair’s design process for the Penthouse was anticipating the needs and
requirements of future residents – creating a home that complements a lifestyle
that features travelling, food, luxury and wellness.

The design of the
double height lounge has been assembled for residents to watch the sun set or
rise, with the apartment’s elevated position lifting them above the cityscape,
in perfect view of the London Eye. The views across London are reflected in a
double height mirrored fireplace, which is placed between the lounge and the
dining area.

The dining area
is characterised by a bespoke 5-metre book matched Patagonia stone table, with
bronze tubular legs, which has been positioned along the axis from the kitchen
through to the bedroom wing to accentuate the substantial volume of the space.

The living/dining
area leads onto the main kitchen, which features integrated Miele appliances, a
wine cooler, polished marble worktops and a breakfast bar. Due to its position
in the building, it provides a direct view of Big Ben through a full-height
glazed sliding door – leading onto a private terrace. With this in mind, the
arrangement of the kitchen inspired Goddard Littlefair to dress the space
without a kitchen clock, seeing no better alternative to the world-famous
clockface outside.

Facing onto
Jubilee Gardens, the expansive terrace is the perfect space for a spot of mindfulness,
to dine in the warmer months, enjoy a front seat view of the New Year
celebrations or simply savour the sights from one of the city’s best vantage
points.

Behind the main
kitchen is a compact production kitchen, which provides the perfect prep
station for caterers, for example, to set up when entertaining. Two spacious
guest bedrooms are located beyond, with a connecting shower room.

Across the
entrance hallway are the two master bedroom suites, which both include spacious
walk-in-dressing areas. The principal double-height master, located at the
front of the penthouse, includes access to a private balcony, and features an
impressive headboard embroidered with glistening and shimmering metallic
threads and glass beads.

 

Goddard Littlefair has celebrated art and
craftsmanship throughout the apartment, depicting culture and nature through
subtle elements that tailor to the design narrative in each room.

The
design team has also commissioned bespoke artwork throughout. One of the statement
pieces is a bespoke chandelier in the main living area, with amber hand-blown
glass discs, suspended on antique brass clasps and meticulously positioned to
capture the eye.

Continuing
the celebration of craftsmanship, bicarbonate of soda is used to create a
delicate effervescent texture within these pieces of glass that glints in the
light during the day and becomes a constellation in the evening.

Matthew Freeman, Senior Interior Designer at Goddard Littlefair, commented: “Our
initial concept for the penthouse started with a round table to share ideas and
construct the narrative for the project, beginning with imagining the future
resident and creating a personality for them. The influence of their culture
and lifestyle can be seen through personal touches throughout the home that
harmonise together to create an enchanting apartment that represents the best
of London and provides endless spaces to relax, work and entertain.”

The eventual
owners of The Penthouse at Belvedere Gardens, one of five top floor
apartments present at Southbank Place, will benefit from direct access to a private
amenities space located within the building. The facilities include a private
residents’ lounge and outdoor terrace looking out onto Jubilee Gardens, the
London Eye and the protected view of the River Thames. It also features a
dedicated health and fitness facility, with steam and sauna rooms, gymnasium,
treatment rooms, wet room and relaxation room.

Residents of Belvedere Gardens can
also enjoy use of the 17,000 sq. ft. health club located in the basement of the
wider Southbank Place development. Also designed by Goddard
Littlefair
, the amenities space includes a 25-metre swimming pool, his and
hers steam and sauna rooms, expansive gymnasium with specialist workout rooms,
relaxation pods, treatment rooms and a hair and beauty studio.

Discussing the penthouse launch, Brian
De’ath, Managing Director of Residential Sales at Canary Wharf Group
,
commented: “The Penthouse at Belvedere Gardens is such a special apartment
that will captivate potential purchasers from the moment they walk through the
door. The views on offer are arguably the best in London, with almost every
landmark visible, whilst the designs by Goddard Littlefair combine perfectly to
create a truly extraordinary home.”

 

Richard Oakes, Chief Sales & Marketing
Officer at Qatari Diar
adds: “The Penthouse is one of London’s most exclusive residences
and we’re delighted to be adding this to our portfolio at Belvedere Gardens.
From the breath-taking views and state-of-the-art facilities to the prominent
central piazza, the apartment represents the very best of Prime Central London
living at one of the Capital’s most desired addresses.”

For more information on The Penthouse at Belvedere
Gardens
 or to book a private viewing call 0207 001 3600 or
visit www.southbank-place.com.

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