Luxury Penthouse Southbank Place

Goddard Littlefair has recently completed the interiors of a magnificent 3, 778-square-foot penthouse which occupies the entire 10th floor of Belvedere Gardens.  The elegant four-bedroom, four-bathroom penthouse interior is spectacular, with breath-taking 360º views of London to match. The design concept was strongly influenced by the building’s enviable panoramic views of the Thames.


Goddard Littlefair has celebrated art and craftsmanship throughout the apartment, depicting culture and nature through subtle elements that tailor to the design narrative in each room.

Through their inimitable expertise on how to work with the intricacies of materials, bespoke joinery and with their appreciation of attention to detail, Goddard Littlefair has worked with varied finishes and textures, some in the centre of the design and delicately introduced to achieve a tasteful and sophisticated home environment.

The design team has also commissioned bespoke artwork throughout. One of the statement pieces is a bespoke chandelier in the main living area, with amber hand-blown glass discs, suspended on antique brass clasps and meticulously positioned to capture the eye.


“The Penthouse at Belvedere Gardens is such a special apartment that will captivate potential purchasers from the moment they walk through the door. The views on offer are arguably the best in London, with almost every landmark visible, whilst the designs by Goddard Littlefair combine perfectly to create a truly extraordinary home.” Brian De’ath, Managing Director of Residential Sales at Canary Wharf Group


“This Penthouse is one of London’s most exclusive residences and we’re delighted to be adding this to our portfolio at Belvedere Gardens. From the breath-taking views and state-of-the-art facilities to the prominent central piazza, the apartment represents the very best of Prime Central London living at one of the Capital’s most desired addresses.” Richard Oakes, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Qatari Diar 

 "Every piece of furniture was custom made and, together with the fittings and fixtures, cost more than £1 million. The quality and craftsmanship is just exceptional"  Martin Goddard

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