A flat in London with bulletproof windows has earned the distinction of becoming Britain’s most expensive home after being valued at the eye-watering sum of £160 million (US$210 million).
Located in upmarket Knightsbridge’s exclusive One Hyde Park residential development, the property, owned by property tycoon Nick Candy, is described as a “flat/maisonette” in London’s Land Registry records.
Images of the home’s interior are public and they offer a glimpse into the world of high-end real estate that most people would never even imagine.
The flat offers not one, but two of the top floors of One Hyde Park, which in addition to the usual bedrooms and bathrooms, also has the use of some plush extras including a sauna, gymnasium, golf simulator, wine cellar and valet service.
Other features include 24-hour security, courtesy of British Army special forces-trained staff, an in-house maid service, same-day laundry and dry cleaning.
Did we mention the swimming pool?
You can even enjoy room service from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel next door!
The photographs show that the flat also offers enviable views of West London thanks to its floor-to-ceiling bulletproof windows.
The colour palette throughout is muted in the style of luxury hotels, but the flat still looks warm and comfortable.
Candy sold the urban London “palace” to offshore companies so that it could be remortgaged.
This means that even although he technically sold the home, he still owns it.
His representative called the transaction a “refinancing” rather than a sale.
This article originally appeared on Luxurylaunches .