PICTURES: The plushest of Broughty Ferry penthouses

The Penthouse, on Broughty Ferry’s Beach Crescent, enjoys the sweeping panorama of the Tay Estuary, Broughty Castle and the Fife Coastline.

It occupies the entire top two floors of a luxury apartment block built in 2005.

There’s 4,100 square feet of living space spread over its two levels, plus three balcony terraces to sit out and drink in the views.

Whereas neighbouring properties are of Victorian and Edwardian design, 51 Beach Crescent was made to be modern, with angled roofline and floor to ceiling “bubble” windows.

The Penthouse has a circular entrance hall with grand staircase to the upper level.

On the lower level is an open plan living room and breakfasting kitchen, dining hall, TV room, office, and the master bedroom.

Upstairs is the sitting room with large decked balcony and three further bedrooms, all en suite. The rear hall has a second staircase leading back downstairs. There is a Selan kitchen, tiling from Porcelanosa and the interior design was by Innov8.

An integrated music system has speakers in all rooms with independent controls.

The apartment has its own garage, two parking spaces, and a lift with private access to the Penthouse.

The Penthouse, 51 Beach Crescent, Broughty Ferry is on sale with Savills for offers over £595,000.