The design of the apartment has been centered around interaction / ©Taran Wilkhu Dukelease
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Spread over 1,150 sq ft of open-plan space, the design of the sophisticated apartment has been centered around interaction; both the layout of the rooms and the furnishings make the apartment perfect for entertaining. Also aware of the fact that more people are working from home and how residents’ needs are changing, the design team has also created a dedicated home office, which leads out onto a large balcony.
The three-bedroom apartment is available fully furnished, including 15 bespoke furniture pieces that have been crafted by British craftspeople and artisans. The home would also suit those who have an appreciation for art, with several artworks featuring throughout the space including pieces by emerging artist, Morag Caister. Residents of the apartment can also enjoy a range of amenities within 101 on Cleveland. including a private dining room and lounge, gym, sauna and a private screening room.
The development also has a range of positive environmental factors in-built, including photovoltaic panels on the building’s roof to create renewable energy and enhanced biodiversity through the scheme’s green spaces. The development also has environmental targets it is focusing on reaching, namely the Code for Sustainable Homes (Level 4) on the residential side of the project, and BREEAM (Very Good) on the commercial side.
From $3,675,000. Visit savills.com for full details.
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