Largest and most expensive home in the Barbican Estate is former management office now for sale for GBP4.5 million

The Barbican estate’s largest and most expensive home has been put up for sale for GBP4.5million. This comes just weeks after the price for a flat in the Brutalist complex broke the GBP1 million barrier. The home was transformed by the Wiles into an impressive and atmospheric home. They kept the concrete walls and pillars that were once utilitarian buildings visible. It has wonderful proportions. Mackay explained to the Evening Standard that the Twentieth Century Society was constantly watching us and making sure we didn’t touch the building’s fabric. Mackay is the founder of Mackay + Partners, while Wiles is a partner in the firm Make Architects. Wiles said that the home is filled with high-spec appliances, but fixtures do not touch the walls or pillars to preserve the Grade II-listed structure. The double-door entry is through a courtyard garden with a 20ft waterfall feature. It is accessible via a staircase. The library, wine cellar, and leather-padded cinema room have a large, in-built plasma TV. It is hidden by a vertical sliding black glass screen. Four bedrooms surround the central living space, while the master bedroom is on mezzanine. They decided to rent it out in 2016, but changed their minds in 2016. They decided to sell it again through Frank Harris & Co. Tracey Evans, the selling agent, describes the interiors as “spectacular and ultra-stylish” and says that the Barbican Arts Centre, Museum of London, and Guildhall School of Music and Drama are all next door. This creative corner of the city is the beginning of what is being called the Culture Mile.