If you’re a fan of maritime tragedies (or maybe just Leonardo DiCaprio), then boy do we have the listing for you. Plans have just been unveiled to turn the Titanic’s ticket office in London into a seven-unit, luxury residential building.
The Oceanic House in Trafalgar Square was the main office of the White Star Line shipping company from 1906 to 1929. It was in the boardroom of the building that the Titanic was notoriously described as “unsinkable.”
“The apartments at Oceanic House represent a unique, once-in-a-lifetime, opportunity to purchase a piece of iconic British history and acquire a luxurious home in the former headquarters of the famous White Star Line in the heart of London’s West End,” Gary Hersham of Beauchamp Estates said in a press release.
With prices ranging from £5.3 million ($7 million) to over £25 million ($31 million), we have a feeling that anyone who ends up living here would certainly have checked into First Class had they taken a journey on the infamous ship.