Offering magnificent views over the Manhattan skyline, this spectacular penthouse is positioned on top of the iconic Puck Building in New York City. This luxurious home is comprised of 5,222 square feet of interior living space with three bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms, including an additional 800 square feet of outdoor living space. The space was carefully crafted to retain its authentic loft-like feel associated with the building it is in. Characterized by soaring barrel vaulted ceilings, cast-iron columns and extensive glazing to bring natural light in all the while framing the outside views. Entrance into the home features a grand barrel vaulted gallery space, which draws you into a beautiful double great room with a fireplace and access to spacious landscaped terrace that offers remarkable views. A custom designed gourmet kitchen offers built-in window seating, high-end appliances, custom Arabescatto Oro marble and Ceramica Design Italia lava stone countertops and hand-poured radiant heated Terrazzo floors. Additional amenities in this fabulous penthouse includes, a home theater, game room and home library.
The master bedroom suite encompasses five rooms that flows from one to the other, including two dressing rooms and two spa bathrooms with radiant heat flooring. The space is characterized by original barrel vaulted ceilings and sweeping views over the city below. The other bedrooms all have en-suite bathrooms as well. Modern technologies includes an “Apple Savant System, Lutron Lighting, Seura Television Mirrors in the Master Baths and Sonance speakers.”
What We Love: Besides the majestic city views from this striking penthouse design, the meticulous attention to detail is very evident and well executed. Every element within this home seems to be designed, crafted and finished to the utmost standards. The outside of this building looks like an architectural masterpiece, love the aesthetics!
Interesting Fact: This home was on the real estate market at one point, selling for a whopping $35,100,000! What do you think, worth the pricetag?
Photos: Courtesy of Sotheby’s
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