Fancy turning up the tunes in a pad which once hosted Top of The Pops?

Or is tending to a patch of grass formerly known as the Blue Peter Garden more your thing?

Buyers can snap up a piece of TV history when the first batch of flats at Television Centre - the former home of the BBC - are revealed in April.

It is the first time the west London space has been opened up to the public.

A total of 432 homes will be launched in the first phase of the White City scheme and they are set to be finished in 2018.

Managing director of Television Centre Alistair Shaw said the iconic project, which is a joint venture between Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo, was “at the point where its future starts to become a reality.”

Television Centre in White City

Prices will start at £650,000 for a one-bedroom apartment and soar to £7million for a penthouse.

“This is perhaps the most exciting moment yet for Television Centre,” said Alistair.

“We have worked hard over the last few years to create a scheme that is open to the public, enhancing the local area and putting White City on the map, while offering some of London’s best new homes, offices and restaurants to the market.

“The development is genuinely protective of the building’s great heritage and innovative in its design, overseen by the recent Stirling Prize-winning practice AHMM.

“Television Centre is truly set to be a new centre of gravity for London.”

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Inside, buyers can enjoy homes with comfort cooling and underfloor heating as standard.

In close proximity, residents’ facilities mean there is easy access to a state-of-the-art fitness club, residential lounge, private screening room and a rooftop culinary experience.

A 24-hour concierge will be available to all.

Meanwhile, the entire project will see 950 new homes and apartments built alongside cafes, restaurants, an independent cinema and 400,000sqft of office space.

It will also house a new outpost of the Soho House private members club as well as a 47-room hotel.

Television Centre in White City

Inside Television Centre, architects AHMM have harnessed traditional features with modern design.

Everything from Grade II-listed assets of the external atomic dots to a celebrated mural by John Piper has been blended in with the design.

Developers - keen to mirror the focus on the site’s heritage - have hosted events including DJ Mark Ronson’s chart-topping Uptown Special in 2015 and live theatre in Live From Television Centre, while they maintain providing a regular schedule will be key to engaging residents and the community.

Meanwhile, a landscaped Television Centre forecourt and newly-designed outdoor spaces will offer green space.

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