Plus, you can’t miss it as night falls thanks to the pink neon lighting that surrounds the penthouse. It can be seen across the whole of the city, though it can be turned off when bedtime calls. “You can have it on party mode or sleep mode,” says the property’s owner Adam Middlemass, who adds that his sky high home is surprisingly quiet thanks to triple glazing.
He bought the fabulous flat, which is on East Street, 18 years ago after being wowed by the space and the outlook over the Royal Armouries and the River Aire.
“I have absolutely loved living here in the city and it was an investment in a fabulous lifestyle. You can walk to the bars, restaurants, clubs and theatres but you aren’t in the thick of it with the late night revellers.
“Plus,The Calls is a five minute walk and it’s 15 minutes to Great George Street.” Another bonus is that his home overlooks the Royal Armouries, which means he gets to watch the jousting from the comfort of his sitting room.
He and his partner have spared no expense furnishing their home. They have spent over £250,000 on top end Italian furniture from brands including Molteni and Magis.
Apartment 1201 is on the twelfth and thirteenth floors of Trinity One and it comes with two underground parking spaces. There is also lift from the car park with a private access code to the penthouse, electric central heating with air conditioning to the principal rooms and a large outdoor terrace/entertaining area with three additional west facing balconies.
The accommodation includes an entrance lobby, reception hall with spiral staircase and cloakroom, an open plan sitting room/dining room and kitchen with top end appliances.
There is also a home office/work area off the kitchen and a separate utility room.
On the thirteenth floor is a home office/study/bedroom. The main bedroom has its own private terrace plus dressing room and ensuite. There is also a second double bedroom with ensuite. The property, which has its own residents management company, is on the market for £995,000 with Carter Jonas, tel: 01423 523423.