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Take a Peak Inside World's Most Expensive Apartments

According to estate agent Ned Baring, the luxurious new building located at One Hyde Park in southwest London ‘…is the best residential development in the world.’

Prices range from £7m for a basic one-bedroom flat to £140m for a stunning penthouse and all residents have access to a wine cellar, gym, swimming pool and services from a five-star hotel located next door.

Bloody con or cheap at half the price? Click here and judge for yourself:

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Tags London, Money, housing, Apartments, One Hyde Park
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