Take a look inside Aston Martin's 4-story private home in Tokyo, its first luxury property in Asia

English car manufacturer Aston Martin is taking its state-of-the-art automotive design process and building its first real estate design collaboration in Asia.

Aston Martin is teaming up with Japanese concierge leader VIBROA on the four-story private home, which will be located in the Omotesando area of Minami Aoyama in Tokyo.

More from NextShark: YourFappeningblog - What is the Fappening Blog?

The home will feature an automotive gallery — a fancy term for a garage — wine cellar, home cinema, gym and private spa. The 

The property is completely furnished and features a roof terrace overlooking Tokyo. It has already been sold to a private buyer, and construction is set to finish by November 2023.

More from NextShark: 'Still in the middle of my youth': Japanese man, 83, becomes oldest person to sail solo across Pacific

“The influence of Tokyo culture, with its amazing history and style, holds an important creative space within our design studio,” Marek Reichman, executive vice president and chief creative officer of Aston Martin, said in a statement. “I see fashion, architectural, and even culinary references being considered by our team when developing their work, so their presence can really be felt within our practice.

More from NextShark: Japanese woman wins Tokyo mayorship while living 5,800 miles away in Belgium

Aston Martin has dabbled in real estate for years, working on a $7.7 million Sylvan Rock house in New York City as well as an exclusive Aston Martin Residences in Miami.

Featured Image via Aston Martin

More from NextShark: Man arrested for stealing 360 women's raincoats in Japan due to fetish