Fenton Whelan has opened its £60million flagship penthouse on the 9th floor of Park Modern overlooking Hyde Park. This is probably London’s finest residence with over 7,000 square feet of lateral living space completely surrounded by over 2,400 square feet of terraces offering unrivalled panoramic views of Kensington Palace, Royal Albert Hall, the Shard and the City of London skyline.
Facilities at Park Modern include a concierge, resident’s lounge, signature restaurant and café, porte cochère with valet parking, and a wellness floor with a 25-metre pool, gym, spa, cinema and treatment salon.
The six-bedroom 9th-floor penthouse at Park Modern features, among other things, over three-metre-high ceilings, three large reception rooms, a master bedroom suite with two walk-in dressing rooms and two master bathrooms, five further bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms, and a staff studio. The south-facing aspect means the penthouse offers sunrise to sunset views, with natural light cascading in through the floor-to-ceiling windows that border the living spaces.
Newly launched to the market the spectacular 9th floor penthouse at Park Modern is Hyde Park’s finest new residence. It provides an abudance of luxurious inside and outside relaxation and entertaining space, looking over the beautiful sea of green that is Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens.James Van Den Heule, Co-Founding Director of Fenton Whelan
The stylish penthouse interiors combine contemporary design with sophisticated specifications using the finest marble, wood and stone. The penthouse features floor-to-ceiling doors, bespoke kitchens with Gaggenau appliances.
Owners of the main penthouse at Park Modern have access to a range of 5-star hotel-style amenities, including a resident lounge and library, a 6,200-square-foot restaurant and café, and a spa floor with a 16-sofa movie theatre, among other luxurious facilities.
Park Modern offers luxurious accommodations on nine floors with generous ceiling heights and floor-to-ceiling glazing that opens to private terraces, giving residents front-row views of the park and city skyline. The fluid, modern architecture has an undulating façade designed to maximise views.
Article Source: London Post