Take a look inside this Wall Street-esque glass-walled London penthouse on sale for £3,350,000

Chic (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)

A recently refurbished glass-walled duplex penthouse is for sale in the capital that bears a striking resemblance to Gordon Gekko’s apartment from the film Wall Street.

The 2,653 sq ft three-bedroom flat can be found on the top floor of the aptly-named Glass Building on Arlington Road in Camden.

It was designed by award-winning postmodern architect Piers Gough CBE and built circa 2000-2001.

The curved facade means the space has lush views and plenty of natural light – but you’ll need plenty of curtains for the wall of floor-to-ceiling windows if you’re after any privacy.

In addition to the huge windows, the flat boasts a large reception room with double-height living spaces.

There’s also a sizeable roof terrace with wooden decking that gives the buyer even more stunning views over the London skyline.

another view of the living/dining area
Sure, being on the top floor gets you a little privacy… (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)
another view of the living/dining area
… but you might still want some curtains (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)
another view of the living/dining area
Not bad (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)

Mark Pollack, co-founding director of the selling agent, Aston Chase, said: ‘The spectacular Manhattan style duplex penthouse in The Glass Building is one of the finest penthouses in the Camden, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill area.

‘It has a striking resemblance to the Manhattan lair of Wall Street tycoon Gordon Gekko and just like that Hollywood-set pad it offers a dramatic, understated and modern success statement for the owner.’

the building as seen from the street
The building’s facade (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)
the roof terrace
The roof terrace (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)
one of the bedrooms
Sleek (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)

Just like the film character’s home, the penthouse’s reception room in The Glass Building has polished plaster walls and pale engineered oak flooring.

Piers Gough has said: ‘The visual effect is of a series of curved bays coinciding with the curves of the apartment living spaces, a building that tries to be beautiful by being true to itself and its site.’

There’s also a utility room, a guest cloakroom on the lower floor, and a fully fitted designer kitchen and dining area. 

one of the massive bedrooms
Not short on space (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)
one of the huge bathrooms
That glass looks pretty easy to walk into (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)
one of the huge bathrooms
Fancy it? (Picture: Tony Murray/Aston Chase)


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The principal bedroom suite has a walk-in dressing room and principal bathroom with a freestanding bath and marble shower.

There is also a principal guest suite with built-in wardrobes and its own en suite bathroom, as well as a Sonos sound/home entertainment system, a Rako home-automation system, underfloor heating, and air-conditioning.

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