World’s most expensive one-bedroom apartment is listed in Tokyo at $21.8 million


Covering some of the most expensive homes in the world over the years, I have become accustomed to some of the features of these mansions and estates like sprawling bedrooms offering breathtaking views, etc. So, when I heard about yet another pricey home being listed in Tokyo, I was all set to write about the usual features like a luxurious master bedroom and 4-5 exquisitely decorated guest rooms besides other spaces. However, I was in for a surprise. For an asking price of $21.8 million, is a one bedroom apartment! Yes, that’s right just one one bedroom. Called, “the House”, this apartment is located in Tokyo’s lush neighborhood of Minami-Azabu and is definitely the world’s most expensive one bedroom apartment in the world. And no, it’s not the plush neighborhood that’s contributed to the hefty asking price.

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This apartment actually sprawls over a cool 4,434 square foot with an asking price of $4,920.75 per square foot. While the house only has one bedroom there are various other rooms and luxurious interiors that contribute to the home’s high cost.
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Each and every room is spacious and there is also a Habachi-style kitchen where you can serve guests. The interiors and décor are also a class apart.
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The furniture is custom designed by Cecotti Collezioni and the walls, flooring and doors are all imported from Italy.
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What is more, “The House” also boasts of famous original Japanese artwork, which was painted on site!
Besides there are also terraces and courtyards and a massive walk-in closet as well as a place to store 200 pairs of shoes!
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And here I was thinking that only sprawling mansions and estates can command such hefty prices.
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