After a $20 million renovation, a luxurious Duplex Penthouse stands at the top of the reputed Plaza Residences, with perfect Central Park and Fifth Avenue views.
If you never wanted to be rich, and if you consider yourself the kind of person that values simples things in life, we're about to show you that you´re wrong. This 12 Room condo listed by Sothebys Homes, French-Renaissance style is the proof that money can buy us, if not happiness, at least a lot of joy, and breathtaking views of New York.
Named Castle in the Sky, this perfectly restored apartment is the epitome of urban elegance and fine living. It is yours if you can afford to pay 50 million dollars!
A true interior-design masterpiece whose author is a renowned American fashion/lifestyle designer.
A penthouse in the sky that doesn't cease to amaze us. With a total of 6,050 square feet, it has plenty of space to live like a true multimillionaire. If you value details, you´ll be astounded by the custom stonework and by the hardwood floors.
A large gallery leads to the Grand Salon that has views to the Grand Armory Plaza on Fifth Avenue. A dream in the city that never sleeps.
Alcove library, custom paneled stately office, media room with decorative fireplace, and a formal dining room with wet bar are some of the things at your disposal at the main level. And for those who love tea, the cherry on the cake is the dome tea room where you can find a custom hand-painted mural by Hilary Knight, who is also the creator of Eloise at The Plaza.
Now, the critics may love the bistro eat-in kitchen with the best appliances, but to us, it looks a little too close to something we'd see in Adams Family.
On the upper level that we can access through a spiral staircase, you will see the guest sitting room and four beautiful bedrooms with four full bathrooms. No more privacy issues! Yes, money can buy everything and solitude is included.
The Tower Master Suite is the retreat you've been looking for and the fireplace isn't the only luxury, there are a spa and a dressing room too!
The private terrace has the best views over Central Park and 160 square feet. The other three bedrooms were decorated by themes: nautical, rock n’ roll, and lavender fields.
Yes, maybe money brings some happiness!