The world’s most expensive one-bedroom apartment

 

A luxury apartment in Tokyo has gone on the market for 1.8 billion yen (that’s almost $23 million USD or £15 million GBP). The 412 sq m penthouse is one of the most desirable locations in Tokyo (the Minamiazabu district) and comes fully furnished and complete with an original art piece by Hiroshi Senju which was painted on-site during an 18-month renovation.  Much of the interior is Italian-inspired and the furniture has been custom designed by Ceccotti Collezioni. Another European influence comes in the form of a Parisian-style terrace which overlooks Arisugawa Park, whilst the dining room has a distinctly Japanese style.  If you fancy putting in a bid, the property is being sold by Sotheby’s Japan.

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