Dream Homes With London’s Most Scenic Views

Shard, designed by Renzo Piano, is a 95-storey skyscraper in London, already famous for the breadth of its views. But the icon isn’t the only luxury perch from which to contemplate London’s horizon. Here we present is a clutch of the city’s other outstanding view properties.

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The 95-storey Shard, designed by Renzo Piano, is already famous for the breadth of its views. But the icon isn’t the only luxury perch from which to contemplate London’s horizon.

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Look out across Soho and the BT Tower from the wraparound rooftop terrace of this two-bedroom split level Dean Street penthouse. List price of $3.7 million. http://www.eashaw.com

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More than three-quarters of the properties within Phase One of development at Battersea Power Station have been reserved. Known as Circus West, properties look over the Thames with views of Central London. Prices start at $530,000 for a studio. http://www.batterseapowerstation.co.uk

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Spot Kew Bridge from the decking of this Grade II listed house on the banks of the Thames in Chiswick W4. Yours for a cool $9.87 million. http://www.crayson.com

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Central London and the River Thames are among views from the St James’s Riverlight development, Nine Elms. Prices start from $1.2 million for a two-bed apartment. http://www.riverlightlondon.com

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This Georgian Grade II listed home overlooks Kew Bridge and the River Thames. http://www.crayson.com

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Docklands and the Millennium Dome can be seen from apartments at the Paynes & Borthwick development, West Greenwich, SE8. The scheme launches 7 March with prices expected to start from $405,000. http://www.paynesandborthwick.com

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The view of West Greenwich apartments from the River Thames isn’t bad either. Situated along Paynes & Borthwick Wharves, the site is due to complete in autumn 2013. http://www.paynesandborthwick.com

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Home to athletes during the London 2012 Games, the East Village E20 counts the Olympic park among its views. Open to residents from summer 2013, half of the development will be designated affordable homes. http://www.eastvillagelondon.co.uk

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Wembley Stadium can be seen from the terrace of a penthouse at The Mill Apartments, West Hampstead, which will be launched this year. http://www.millapartmentshampstead.co.uk

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Four penthouse apartments at The Mill Apartments, West Hampstead will offer views of Wembley Stadium. Prices start from $2.15 million. http://www.millapartmentshampstead.co.uk

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Canary Wharf as seen from an apartment at the Marine Wharf development, Surrey Quays. Prices start from $430,000 for a one-bedroom apartment. http://www.marinewharf.co.uk

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Look out across Soho and the BT Tower from the wraparound rooftop terrace of this two-bedroom split level Dean Street penthouse. List price of $3.71 million. http://www.eashaw.com

Views of the Shard from the Murano Building, London Bridge Quarter. Prices for a one-bed apartment start from $702,000. http://www.muranobuilding.com

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About Davy Greene
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4 Responses to Dream Homes With London’s Most Scenic Views

  1. Sofie says:

    Amazing places πŸ™‚

  2. Jean says:

    Pocket change. πŸ˜‰

  3. kelihasablog says:

    Wow… they are amazing. Beautiful, and yet so very different from what I personally find as my sanctuary! πŸ˜€ I love the pictures though cuz I never would have known… Thanks!

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