A five-story penthouse at a converted brewhouse in London is listed with a $13 million price tag, Mansion Global reported.
“The High Command,” a four-bedroom, three-bathroom, 4,280-square-foot residence was once part of Anchor Brewhouse, one of three brewing houses completed between 1894 and 1895, according to the listing. The buildings were restored and converted during the mid-1980s.
Offering views of London’s skyline and Tower Bridge, the penthouse spans the seventh to 11th floors, with several terraces that can be accessed from various rooms.
A reception area and kitchen, as well as two large terraces, make up the seventh floor.
The eighth and ninth floors are A five-story penthouse at a converted brew house in London is listed with a $13 million price tag,comprised of the master suite––with a reception room, terrace, walk-in dressing room, and en suite bathroom––in addition to two additional bedrooms and a separate bathroom.
On the 10th and 11th floors, a dome features a gallery, gazebo, and terrace.
A private lift runs from the seventh to 10th floors. Four parking spaces are available to the owner of the residence.
The listing at 50 Shad Thames is held by James Crowley of Knight Frank.
Images courtesy of Knight Frank