Britain’s most expensive apartment goes on sale for £175MILLION: Billionaire Nick Candy is set to sell his two-storey Hyde Park penthouse with a pool, gym and cinema and ‘will consider Bitcoin’ in payment
- Billionaire property tycoon Nick Candy hopes to sell his luxury two-storey London penthouse for ‘£175million’
- Stunning apartment has five bedrooms, 21m swimming pool and gym, and overlooks Hyde Park in capital
- Candy told Bloomberg he will consider Bitcoin in payment and called cryptocurrency a ‘big opportunity’
Billionaire property tycoon Nick Candy’s luxury two-storey penthouse in Hyde Park has gone on sale for a staggering £175million, according to a source with knowledge of the matter.
The stunning apartment is split over two levels, boasts five bedrooms, a 21m swimming pool, and measures around 18,000 sq ft – the equivalent of almost 18 average homes in England.
Overlooking Hyde Park in London’s upscale Knightsbridge district, it includes a private spa and gym, two terraces, four car parking spaces, a champagne room, a wine room for 750 bottles, a media room and a cocktail bar.
The penthouse, which is thought to be the most expensive in London, also includes a cinema, private library, gym, golf simulator and valet service, according to records seen by the Greater London Properties website.
In an email to Bloomberg News, Candy said offers in Bitcoin and Ethereum will be considered as cryptocurrencies are a ‘big opportunity’. He also called the apartment ‘a world-class real estate asset in the heart of London that will continue to perform as a solid investment for years to come’.
The penthouse in London’s Knightsbridge district overlooks Hyde Park and boasts a wine cellar, a 21m swimming pool and a gym
The apartment includes a private spa and gym, two terraces, four car parking spaces, a champagne room, a wine room for 750 bottles, a media room and a cocktail bar
The penthouse, part of the One Hyde Park project, overlooks the central London park. Estate agents Savills and Knight Frank are reportedly brokering the sale of the apartment
This photo shows the penthouse’s stunning living room, with sofas, coffee tables, pillars and chandelier
This photo shows one of the penthouse’s five bedrooms. It has a window looking out onto Hyde Park in central London
Estate agents Savills and Knight Frank are brokering the sale of the apartment, which was refinanced with a loan from Credit Suisse Group AG in 2018 when the bank valued the property at £160million, a filing to the Land Registry shows.
It was put on the market after Candy received a number of approaches in recent months from potential buyers in the US, Hong Kong and China, according to a source who asked not to be named.
If his penthouse sells, it could be the second mega deal to take place at One Hyde Park this year, after Bloomberg reported how hedge fund boss Suneil Setiya is nearing a deal to buy an unfinished apartment at the projected for around £110million.
MailOnline has approached Candy’s representatives and Savills for comment. Knight Frank declined to comment.
Candy, who is married to singer and former Neighbours star Holly Valance and has two daughters with her, has reportedly made billions with his brother Christian by selling homes to the super-rich.
One Hyde Park was developed by CPC Group, a company owned by Candy’s brother Christian Candy, and a firm controlled by former Qatar Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad Bin Jasim Bin Jaber Al Thani.
It was put on the market after Candy received a number of approaches in recent months from potential buyers in the US, Hong Kong and China, a source who asked not to be name told Bloomberg
Exterior of luxury apartment complex One Hyde Park apartment complex built by Christian and Nick Candy
Property tycoon Nick Candy has reportedly made billions with his brother Christian by selling homes to the super-rich
Nick Candy and Holly Valance at the Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity’s Annual Dinner, London, June 8, 2019