Living room in a NYC penthouse with a view of the city

6 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 2 partial baths in 8,274 square feet of interior space with spectacular Central Park views, this New York City penthouse is listed for a mere $75 million dollars by Sotheby's International Real Estate.

This multi million dollar real estate listing was recently gutted, renovated and redesigned by prestigious NYC interior designer Tony Ingrao.  It takes up the entire top floor of the Time Warner Center Building right in the heart of Manhattan.  High ceilings, media room, laundry center, informal dining room and a smart house system that controls lighting, heating, entertainment systems and window coverings.  This manse in the sky seems to have it all.

Now the question is...if I had $75 million to spare...would I buy this?  Let me think....

Formal dining room with city view, crystal chandelier, mirrored table and high backed armchairs with nail head trim
Formal dining room boasts spectacular city views and a crystal chandelier! (above)

Kitchen in a NYC penthouse with marble floor, windows with a view of central park, subway tile backsplash, kitchen island with counter seating and glass upper cabinets
The all white chef's kitchen is light and cheerful with marble floors, subway tile backsplash, a kitchen island with counter seating and glass upper cabinets. (above)

Master bedroom with wrap around floor to ceiling windows, plush rugs and a large canopy bed
The master bedroom has wrap around floor to ceiling windows and a large sumptuous canopy bed fit for a queen (above)

Lavender girls room in a NYC penthouse with a view of the city, lavender carpeting and a canopy bed
A little lavender girl's room...a purple kids room in the sky (above)

view of central park from an NYC penthouse
The views of Central Park from the penthouse (above)

Floor plan for an NYC penthouse
Must be nice to have an entire floor of a New York City building! (above)

So would you take it or leave it?

I think I would take it if given to me. I may want to spend the $75 million on a few properties if I had to pay for it myself. Thinking though...who knows.

Happy Tuesday!



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