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The £256 million penthouse with a water slide

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Feeling like it might be time to finally get on the property ladder but worried that it's all going to be a bit too expensive?

Well here's some news to put it all in perspective.

Over in Monaco, a multi-storey penthouse is about to become the world's most expensive property by square metre. It'll be worth $390 million (£256 million) when it goes on the market, meaning you're probably never ever ever going to afford it ever.

It'll be the cherry on top of the Odeon Tower, which will contain 70 luxury apartments and will reach 170m high. The penthouse will boast 3,300 square metres and a private infinity pool with a water slide. That's right, a water slide.

Shall we all pitch in?

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