Although living in central London has its many perks — the best restaurants, access to the greatest museums in the world, the West End and so on — space is not always one of them. There’s no shortage of gorgeous properties in the capital, but a good amount of square footage is at the top of many buyers’ lists, especially post-pandemic.
For the properties part of the 9 Millbank development in Westminster, this is no problem.
Space comes hand in hand with luxury and opulence for the Grade-II listed properties in this building, which are known as ‘The Heritage Collection’. The homes are the former Directors’ offices of Imperial Chemical Industries, which established its offices in 9 Millbank in the 1920s.
There are five homes in the collection, each with distinct personality, history, and names. The first of the properties to be unveiled, The Conrad, runs for £27.5 million, and features everything from a 30-metre private terrace to six-metre-high ceilings to even a members’ club-style bar which is situated in the eaves of the building.
Residents in the development will also have access to the amenities in the building, including a gym, swimming pool, spa and treatment room, cinema and meeting rooms.
Prospective buyers can enquire about the available properties in 9 Millbank on its website.
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