December 3, 2022

House patrons are being provided the prospect to stay like Wall Avenue film tycoon Gordon Gekko in a property impressed by the long-lasting character’s Manhattan lair.

A 3-bedroom duplex penthouse condominium organized in Camden, north London, boasting an expansive personal roof terrace and a daytime concierge service has gone available on the market for £3.35million. 

Patrons can snap up the two,653sq ft duplex condominium, named The Glass Constructing, which comes with sweeping views of the London skyline.

Designed by famend award-wining Piers Gough CBE who has dubbed himself a ‘film set architect’ the penthouse sits on the highest flooring of The Glass Constructing, which is predicated on a sequence of interlocking bays with six storeys of curved facades created from barely green-tinted floor-to-ceiling glass.

The glass walled Manhattan lair of Gordon Gekko, performed in 1987 and the 2010 sequel by Michael Douglas, was created by film manufacturing designer Kristi Zea and set decorator Diane Lederman. 

The open plan kitchen-diner has deep blue kitchen cupboards with Calacatta viola marble worktops and built-in home equipment

The character Gordon Gekko is pictured above and was played by Michael Douglas who won an Oscar for best actor for his role in the film

The character Gordon Gekko is pictured above and was performed by Michael Douglas who gained an Oscar for finest actor for his function within the movie

The private decked roof terrace, accessible from the kitchen-diner, has inbuilt floor lighting and offers sweeping views of the London skyline

The personal decked roof terrace, accessible from the kitchen-diner, has inbuilt flooring lighting and presents sweeping views of the London skyline 

The open living space has floor-to-ceiling glazed windows with thin black steel frames creating the feel of a Manhattan loft

The open residing house has floor-to-ceiling glazed home windows with skinny black metal frames creating the texture of a Manhattan loft

The image shows tycoon Gordon Gekko's Manhattan lair in the 1987 movie Wall Street which has a striking resemblance to The Glass Building penthouse

The picture reveals tycoon Gordon Gekko’s Manhattan lair within the 1987 film Wall Avenue which has a putting resemblance to The Glass Constructing penthouse

Kristi Zea described Gordon Gekko’s lair as a ‘fantastic, dramatic, understated and trendy, an influence and success assertion for the proprietor’ and the identical could possibly be stated of the Camden penthouse.

The property has an unlimited reception room which echoes Gekko’s Manhattan pad, combining full-height glazing in skinny black metal frames with polished plaster partitions and pale engineered oak flooring which creates a dramatic trendy residing house.

A double-height residing house creates the sensation of a Manhattan loft fashion condominium with spectacular light-filled rooms.

Mark Pollack, Co-Founding director of Aston Chase which is advertising the property, stated: ‘The spectacular Manhattan fashion duplex penthouse in The Glass Constructing is without doubt one of the most interesting penthouses within the Camden, Regent’s Park and Primrose Hill space.’

The Glass Building was built from 2000 to 2001 and was inspired by London's gasometers which has curved facades

The Glass Constructing was constructed from 2000 to 2001 and was impressed by London’s gasometers which has curved facades

The double-height ceilings create a bright and airy feel to the property as well as providing great views and the glass has a green tint to it

The double-height ceilings create a brilliant and ethereal really feel to the property in addition to offering nice views and the glass has a inexperienced tint to it

The second floor over-looks the first with buyers able to see right down into the open reception area with the kitchen and living room

The second flooring over-looks the primary with patrons capable of see proper down into the open reception space with the kitchen and lounge

The curved facades of the penthouse are impressed by London’s gasometers.

Piers Gough, the postmodern architect, stated: ‘The visible impact is of a sequence of curved bays coinciding with the curves of the condominium residing areas, a constructing that tries to be stunning by being true to itself and its web site.’ 

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There’s a fully-fitted designer kitchen-dining space with Calacutta viola marble worktops and Gaggenau, Miele and Fisher & Paykel built-in home equipment.

The decrease flooring additionally has a bed room with an ensuite bathe room, in addition to a utility room and visitor cloakroom.  

The large living space and bedrooms cover approximately 2,653sq ft in total with a guest cloakroom and utility room also on the lower floor

The massive residing house and bedrooms cowl roughly 2,653sq ft in whole with a visitor cloakroom and utility room additionally on the decrease flooring

The principal bedroom was internal windows which allow for views out of the apartment and over London along with an in-built TV

The principal bed room was inner home windows which permit for views out of the condominium and over London together with an in-built TV

The guest bedroom is a bright space and also has internal windows with interior blinds as well as its own ensuite attached

The visitor bed room is a brilliant house and in addition has inner home windows with inside blinds in addition to its personal ensuite hooked up

The ensuite shower room boasts a walk in shower and is perfect for any guests the potential buyer might have

The ensuite bathe room boasts a stroll in bathe and is ideal for any friends the potential purchaser may need 

There is underfloor heating throughout the property as well as a Sonos sound and home entertainment system in the main rooms

There’s underfloor heating all through the property in addition to a Sonos sound and residential leisure system in the primary rooms

Within the grand reception room a central metal staircase results in the higher flooring of the penthouse the place there’s a principal bed room suite with a walk-in dressing room and principal toilet – which has a freestanding bathtub tub and a marble bathe with a skylight above.

There’s additionally a visitor suite on the higher flooring with bespoke wardrobes and an ensuite toilet. 

Main out from the open-plan kitchen-dining and residing space, the expansive rooftop terrace has picket decking and flooring lighting and presents expansive views of the London skyline.

The penthouse has been completed to a excessive specification that includes an built-in Sonos sound/residence leisure system to principal rooms, a Rako home-automotion system and underfloor heating all through along with a a full air-conditioning system.

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The Glass Constructing has a trendy lobby with a day-time concierge service, a primary flooring landscaped podium backyard and a gated underground automotive park which has an allotted parking bay for the penthouse. 

The third bedroom is also large with bespoke built-in wardrobes and an ensuite bathroom - there is also underfloor heating

The third bed room can also be massive with bespoke built-in wardrobes and an ensuite toilet – there may be additionally underfloor heating

The ensuite for the third bedroom is the smallest bathroom with a shower and towel heating rail as well as a marble sink

The ensuite for the third bed room is the smallest toilet with a bathe and towel heating rail in addition to a marble sink