Tuesday, 15 May 2007

Eggert's New Pad

West Ham United chairman Eggert Magnusson has forked out £3m for a luxury penthouse. The Hammers' supremo has splashed out for the swish Docklands pad as he celebrates beating relegation to the Championship by the skin of his teeth. The stunning penthouse works out at £1,000 per sq ft for Magnusson, the former president of the Football Association of Iceland. His plush new home, built by developers Weston Homes, has a champagne fridge in the kitchen and a home cinema system wired throughout the apartment, "creating the ultimate luxury London living space".

With a huge reception room, the Hammers' owner will be able to entertain many guests - maybe new signings for his claret and blue army. Many of the penthouse's walls are made of glass and with floor-to-ceiling windows, Magnusson will have a spectacular view over Docklands. The kitchen will be decked out with a wealth of luxury products and gadgets, including four American style fridge-freezers with icemaker and water coolers. With marble flooring and two terraces, one with a bar and water feature, any possible signings are going to be convinced to come to east London in luxury surroundings. Magnusson will also have the pleasure of a walk-in dressing room complete with en suite spa bathroom, which boasts a tub equipped with a surround sound system and mounted TV.

Robert Weston, chairman of Weston Homes, said: "The penthouses at 41 Millharbour showcases the best in Weston Homes design. The space available at the super penthouse has allowed us to include every imaginable luxury, experimenting with innovative designs giving us the opportunity to develop a space surpassing buyer's expectations."

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