THE UK's most expensive apartment has gone on sale for £175 million after billionaire Nick Candy put his Hyde Park penthouse on the market.
The property tycoon's luxurious two-storey apartment in Knightsbridge, central London has five bedrooms, a 21m swimming pool and is as big as almost 18 average homes in England combined.
The 18,000 sq ft home also boasts a private spa, gym, two terraces, four parking spaces, a wine room with enough space for 750 bottles and its own cocktail bar.
Prospective buyers will be also be tempted by the apartment's private cinema, library, golf simulator and valet service.
Mr Candy told Bloomberg News that he will consider offers in cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin.
He said the apartment at One Hyde Park was "a world-class real estate asset in the heart of London that will continue to perform as a solid investment for years to come".
Estate agents Savills and Knight Frank are helping sell the home which was valued by Credit Suisse to be worth £160 million in 2018.
A source reportedly said Mr Candy decided to list the apartment after receiving recent offers from buyers in the United States, Hong Kong and China.
The Sun Online has contacted Mr Candy's representatives for comment.
Mr Candy is married to former Neighbours star Holly Valance, and made his fortune by selling homes to super-rich buyers.
One Hyde Park was developed by CPC Group – owned by Mr Candy's brother Christian – together with a firm owned by former Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Hamad Bin Jasim Bin Jaber Al Thani.
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