HOUSE OF THE DAY: Buy The Insane Penthouse In Brooklyn's Clock Tower For $18 Million
According to Curbed NY, the penthouse was originally listed for $25 million in 2009, but was price-chopped down to $18 million by the Corcoran real estate team. If it sells, it would be one of the most expensive homes ever purchased in Brooklyn.The 14-foot glass clock encircles the apartment on four sides. There are three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and soaring ceilings ranging in height from 16 to 50 feet tall.Advertisement
You seriously have to see the pictures to believe this apartment.
Welcome to 1 Main Street #16 in Brooklyn's DUMBO neighborhood. The penthouse is at the very top in the clock tower.
Yes, that is your very own glass-enclosed elevator that opens into the entry way.Advertisement
The tower has four 14-foot-tall glass clock faces that surround the living space.
The ceilings are massive, averaging between 16 and 50 feet high.Advertisement
The home has 360-degree views of Manhattan and Brooklyn. Here you can see both the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges.
The kitchen was custom designed by Canova with white lacquer cabinets, and sandstone and stainless steel countertops.Advertisement
It also has top-of-the-line appliances by Gaggenau and Sub-Zero.
The home has three full bathrooms, but this one is an obvious favorite with its his-and-hers sinks and gorgeous soaking tub.Advertisement
Not to mention the killer views of Manhattan's skyline and the Statue of Liberty.
The entire penthouse measures at just under 7,000 square feet, so you would have tons of space for entertaining.Advertisement
And as if you needed more amazing views, the terrace looks towards Manhattan's financial district.
Now see more uber expensive New York real estate.Advertisement
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