One Hyde Park apartment tops September sales register

An apartment in Knightsbridge’s One Hyde Park has topped the list of resi sales recorded by the Land Registry in September.

One Hyde Park, Knightsbridge

The latest dataset shows Apartment A.04.2 in the world-renowned Candy & Candy development went for a cool £17.5m. The luxurious City-facing three bed featured a giant reception room, bar area, balcony and a ridiculously hi spec. The finish involved lashings of marble and limestone, golden-olive silk wallpaper, brass chandeliers and “underlying tones of dark oak, sycamore, bronze and antique brass”.

The block famously furnishes residents with a raft of five-star facilities, including 24 hour security and concierge services as provided by The Mandarin Oriental, a library, business suites, entertainment room/dining area, private cinema, games room, wine storage, fully equipped gymnasium, swimming pool & spa facilities, underground storage and secure underground parking.

Other mega-sales included a stonker on Lansdowne Road in Notting Hill (£16.5m), a property on Hamilton Terrace in St Johns Wood (£12.75m), a riverside apartment on Anhalt Road in Battersea (£10.7m), and a beautiful period house on Hampstead’s Church Row (£10.5m).

Properties on Glebe Place in Chelsea and on Ladbroke Square in Notting Hill went for £10m apiece, while a house on Elm Park Road fetched £9.2m. A buyer paid £7.65m for a place on Priory Walk and an apartment in Alchemi’s new Westbourne House scheme on Westbourne Grove achieved a chunky £7.21m.

£5m+ sales also went down on Inverness Terrace in Bayswater (£6.75m), Spaniards Close in Hampstead (£6.35m), Lowndes Square in Knightsbridge (£6.2m) and South Audley Street in Mayfair (£6m).