It’s love or hate time again. Some people love the brutalist architecture of this grade Ii-listed tower, others hate it for much the same reason. If it is your cup of tea, you can now let this 27th floor apartment in Erno Goldfinger’s 1960s Trellick Tower, London W10.
That’s some distance up. But that is probably one of the selling points of this place, with only 31 floors in total. The views are stunning, although if you don’t like heights, you are perhaps better off looking elsewhere.
On offer is a three-bedroom apartment, one that has been refurbished in a ‘considered, minimalist style’ to a very high standard. It is also equipped with under-floor heating, with the cost of both the central heating and hot water included in the rent.
As for space, there are three double bedrooms, an eat-in kitchen with Corian worktops, bathroom and separate W/C. The reception opens out onto a south-facing balcony, which gives you one of the finer views over the capital.
As we said, not for everyone, but with this being a rental, you can try before you consider buying in Trellick. That will cost you £2,600 pcm / £600 pw as a furnished rental for a minimum of 12 months. More images on the agent’s site.