A historic London apartment – the former home to Sir Winston Churchill and Ian Fleming, author of the James Bond books – has gone on sale for a whopping £150 million.
The Daily Telegraph reported that the apartment is to become the most expensive ever marketed after topping One Hyde Park, at £140 million.
It is located in Admiralty Arch near Buckingham Palace.
The 15,000 square foot flat comes with six-metre high ceilings, offers 12 bedrooms, and 12 bathrooms, a concierge service, off-road valet parking and lifetime membership of a private members’ club.
It is being sold by Spanish developer Rafael Serrano, who in 2012 bought a 250-year lease of the building from the Government for £60m. He is also turning the site into a luxury hotel.
The Telegraph said that the flat is being quietly marketed to wealthy buyers and investors, who have the option of turning it into four flats or keeping it as one big apartment. Whoever buys the apartment must put down a deposit now, and move in within three years.