With an astonishing asking price of $21.8 million US, this Tokyo pad may just be the most expensive one-room apartment in the world. Simply dubbed The House, the apartment is situated in the hyper-exclusive Minami-Azabu district of Tokyo. And at 4,434 square feet, this ain’t no shoebox apartment either.
Boasting bespoke furniture by Cecotti Collezioni and filled with lots of soothing Italian wood and stone, the place is suffused with a contemporary sense of elegance. There’re lots of other interesting details in the apartment, such as original works from noted Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju that were painted on site, and a Japanese ‘Ryotei’ style dining room to allow you or your specially hired chef to serve guests directly from the kitchen.
A zen-like enclosed courtyard garden, a Parisian-style terrace overlooking Arisugawa park and an august entrance hallway with an expansive 200 shoe storage unit completes the experience. Scroll through for more pictures of the ultimate bachelor’s pad.
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