Completely unfinished Hampstead penthouse with no flooring, ceilings or plastering on market for GBP5.2m

A large penthouse apartment in north London is up for sale for GBP5.2million. It has no ceilings, flooring, or finishings. Large balconies offer views of Hampstead Heath, and Kenwood House. The apartment is currently being demolished and extensive renovations are required to make it a home. Buyers will need to tackle a large project. TK International director Jeremy Karpel said that a buyer with the funds could get a property valued between GBP8- 9 million. “This Hampstead flat offers the chance to own one London’s finite penthouses,” he said.TK International. The flat was originally part a larger apartment that had been constructed by combining two properties, creating a maze-like layout. The property’s current owner, a couple in their 60s, purchased it five years ago. They then stripped it back, before deciding that it was too big for them. The flat was then completely renovated and is now occupied. The only thing that might be troubling to Heath-lovers is the block’s ban on dogs.TK InternationalOther London property are also being offered in’shell’ form. These include a pair of Grade I listed homes overlooking Regent’s Park and a pair of Grade I-listed homes. This home is more than nine times larger than the average property in England or Wales.