Inside the luxury penthouse overlooking St Andrews’ iconic 18th green on market for £5m after huge renovation project

STEP inside the real Home of Golf – a luxury £5million apartment overlooking St Andrews.

The two-bed penthouse flat has panoramic views over the world’s most famous golf course.

The stunning apartment, in the penthouse of the building on the right, overlooks the 18th at St Andrews
The rooftop terrace offers stunning views over the Home of Golf
The property, which is valued at around £5m, is pure luxury

You could be cheering on the likes of Tiger Woods or Rory McIlroy – who last night signalled golf’s return to TV by winning £1.5m for charity – marching up the 18th when The Open returns to the Scottish course in July 2022.

This flat, at 21 Golf Place, is back on the market with Savills after a huge and “painstaking” renovation.

An extra floor was added to the building in the 2010 and this suite is just one of 26 in the property.

The two-bed home – which like all the others features a massive chandelier – boasts a reception hall and concierge, a private lounge for residents and a sensational roof terrace with stunning views.

Residents will also benefit from a personal membership for two people at Kohler Waters Spa.

There they can access a full-service fitness centre, 11 luxurious  treatment rooms, a 20m swimming pool, a fabulous thermal suite including steam room and sauna.

What’s more, there is a cool plunge pool, a pool with massage sprays and even a rooftop hot tub.

You could watch the players walk up the last from the comfort of your own bed when The Open returns to St Andrews in 2022
You will have the best view in golf from the elegant flat
The apartment can be seen from the green on the 17th, the legendary Road Hole
The decor is not exactly modern but in-keeping with tradition
You can even practise your putting on the carpets if you can’t make it outside
Entertain guests in the amazing living room with golf’s oldest major taking place outside

Best of all though, you’ll have the perfect view to watch all the drama of The Open unfold from the comfort of your own bed.

Golf’s oldest major was due to return to its home next year, but now it will be in 2022.

This year’s edition, which was due to be held at Royal St George’s in Kent, has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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