The Talisman Building project is an iconic converted warehouse, the mastermind of Gumuchdjian Architects, located in southwest London, England, United Kingdom. The landmark property itself dates back to 1939, originally set to be demolished, but then an investor who had a connection to the history of this building purchased it, turning it into a mixed-use property. With four stories and 18,000 square feet, the structure was restored and became a beautiful showroom for the owner’s vintage furnishings and design business. Two floors were sold for conversion into residential use, architecturally designed into the finest in penthouse living. This is one of the two apartments situated in the building, which showcases an expansive double height, open plan living area. Using only the finest quality finishes and materials throughout, this contemporary home offers 4,979 square feet (462 square meters) of total living area spread out over one floor. Interior spaces includes a showstopping kitchen and dining area, spacious reception room, four bedrooms with each having their on en-suite bathrooms, a study, home office, laundry room and media room. Aside from the vaulted ceilings with skylights in the light-filled living area, the rest of the ceilings are all on a human scale, creating comfort and livability. There is also a south-facing terrace to take advantage of the charming location.
This fascinating property is currently for rent, priced at $64,213 USD per month, from here.
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