FANCY living in a skyscraper? Homes in arguably one of the region's most impressive postcodes are selling for hundreds of thousands of pounds.
Luxurious pads in the 27-storey Hadrian's Tower in Newcastle City Centre have hit the online property sites - with one costing half a million.
The enormous tower, which saw its first tenants and occupants move in at the turn of the year, has become well-known across the region for its distinctive looks.
It has also become quite the destination as it houses the region's highest cocktail bar and restaurant, which opened for the first time last month.
Read more: See inside Newcastle's highest venue - 3Sixty at the top of Hadrian's Tower
But soaring a whopping 272 ft into the North East skyline, those lucky enough to secure a property will be treated to a 24-hour concierge, coffee bar and importantly, views.
But how much will a flat in Hadrian's Tower set you back?
We've looked at the property sites to see just how much some of the flats cost to buy (and rent).
As you'd might expect, the price is dependent on how high up you are and the number of bedrooms in the flat.
One bedroom flat - £172,000
Starting off with one of the cheaper options of the tower, this 7th floor one bedroom flat has appeared on Zoopla for the grand cost of £172,000.
Marketed by Bricks & Mortar, the flat is described as having "beautiful design and presentation" and rather obviously, spectacular views.
Complete with its own reception room, the flat comes with all the usual amenities including a kitchen/lounge and bathroom.
Two bedroom flat - £240,000
When choosing another bedroom, the price increases to around £240,000 as a 9th floor home is priced at on Zoopla.
According to the listing, the flat comes with the ability to control heating via smart technology and through your phone, booking of communal space, and parcel deliveries.
This listing says the flat is furnished with stylish design, complete with contemporary decor, fixtures and fittings.
Three bedroom (penthouse) flat - £592,000
Located on the 25th floor, the Hadrian's Tower official website lists a three-bedroom penthouse for a cool £592,000.
Featuring floor to ceiling wraparound windows, the listing states the penthouse is finished to an impeccable standard throughout.
According to the floor plans, the master bedroom comes complete with its own en-suite bathroom.
But for those not quite wanting to commit to a mortgage, the skyscraper does offer flats - with prices ranging from £1,160 per month all the way through to in excess of £5,000.
Two bedroom flat - £1,300 per month
Located on the 15th floor, this two-bedroom flat is on the market for a total of £1,300 per month.
This time, described as "spacious" the furnished flat is among the cheaper options available to those wanting to move in.
Three bedroom flat - £5,350 per month
But on the other end of the scale, this three-bedroom penthouse on the 25th floor is asking for £5,350 rent per month - the equivalent of £1,337 per week.
Much like the penthouse that's up for sale, the flat offers the same options and offers its tenants "breathtaking" views of the city.
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