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The $95m penthouse offering 360-degree views of London

Built in 1966, the 34-story Centre Point building gained acclaim as one of London's very first skyscrapers. The Grade II listed structure — which is located near Covent Garden and Soho in London's West End — is now being reimagined as a luxurious residential community by local development company Almacantar.

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Slated to open this fall, the ritzy residential tower will feature 82 one- to five-bedroom units. The capstone will be a 670-square-metre duplex penthouse that offers sweeping views of Buckingham Palace and the West End.

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom residence is adorned with herringbone oak and limestone floors, stained oak panels, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows that overlook the cityscape.

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Created for connoisseurs, the gourmet kitchen features Gaggenau appliances, black granite countertops, and black matte cabinets. The spacious master bedroom opens to a bathroom anchored by a freestanding tub, timber vanity, and limestone wall panels and floor tiles. A curvaceous terrace is silhouetted by the iconic Centre Point sign, giving residents the opportunity to see London from an entirely new vantagepoint.

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Residents will have access to the building's swanky amenities, which include an indoor swimming pool, gym, spa and treatment rooms, and meeting areas. The jaw-dropping penthouse is currently listed for around $US70 million (about $A95 million). (centrepointlondon.com; almacantar.com)

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