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Homes with the X Factor!

It’s that time of year again when we start to favour Saturday nights in front of the TV over pub gardens thanks to the latest bunch of contestants belting their hearts out in front of four terrifying judges. This series of the X Factor brings back the originals; Sharon Osbourne, Louis Walsh and of course Simon Cowell to spice it up, as well as Nicole Scherzinger returning for another year.

At PHM, our favourite part of the show is always seeing the very lavish and luxurious judge’s houses. As a result we’ve put together a few houses that possess the X factor in our eyes, and unlike the unattainable judges’ houses, these properties are currently on the market.

 

Abell & Cleland, by Berkeley Homes Central London, is situated in the elite inner London borough of Westminster. Residents of these one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses benefit from a private lavish leisure complex comprising a swimming pool, sauna and fitness centre. To pull out all the stops Berkeley has teamed up with Double Tree Hilton to offer residents a 24-hour exclusive in-room dining service by expert chefs, proving dirty dishes are a thing of the past. Among these many services, the development boasts a full valet service in the underground car park as well as an immaculately landscaped garden.

For further information or to book an appointment please call 0203 813 5884 or visit berkeleygroup.co.uk.

A development by one of our award clients, One Tower Bridge by Berkeley Homes South East is made with the primary intention to maximise the view of Tower Bridge and City Hall with floor to ceiling windows, which alone provides an ‘X factor’. The pièce de résistance, however, is the Alegna timber bath in walnut; made by yacht building specialists, these baths are handmade in Switzerland and are famed for their beauty and ergonomic designs. Further benefits of the development include: a lavish white gold tiled swimming pool, virtual golf, a two-levelled gym and a spacious dance studio.

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