The Battersea Power Station Development Company said it has taken reservations for 95 per cent of the flats less than a week after they were put up for sale, in what is thought to be one of the fastest sales of homes at that price in London.
Prices start at £800,000 for a studio, with one bedroom flat selling for £1m and a four bedroom home commanding £4m. Prices for the penthouses have not been disclosed but they thought to cost as much as £30m.
They will sit in three spots at the very top of the building – above the turbine halls and the central boiler house, with access to a 1.5 acre garden on the roof of the station.
Some of the flats will be inside the original fabric of the red brick building while others will sit inside a new two storey structure on the rooftop.
A spokesperson said: “We are very pleased with the power station residential sales to date...The sale of these unique homes underpins the restoration of the Grade II listed Power Station and is a key milestone in opening up the London landmark to the public.”