In today’s low inventory market, it’s a challenge to find a suitable apartment in the City, much less one that exceeds buyers’ wildest expectations. Because of this, homes with luxuries such as wine cellars, breathtaking master closets and private gardens stand out. Below are three spectacular properties that have some of the most exquisite “extras” New York City has to offer.
Situated in the heart of the Flatiron district, this one-of-a-kind, full-floor, five-bedroom loft is a dream come true. Luxurious details include a professional chef’s kitchen with custom Italian cabinetry, 6-foot dual Sub-Zero refrigeration, two Bosch dishwashers, Bosch ovens and gas cook top, Bosch warming drawer, Miele coffee station and a Sub-Zero ice machine. Beyond the kitchen lies arguably the most special feature in the home: a 2,000 bottle, glass-walled wine cellar, suitable for the most discerning collector. Additionally, every interior system has been designed for comfort, convenience and efficiency, including a five-zone commercial HVAC system with humidification, a Lutron Homeworks lighting control and an RTI home automation system that integrates audio/video, lighting, HVAC and security cameras throughout the home – including iPad and iPhone control.
Spanning two full floors of The Emory condominium in the Flatiron district, this Colin Cowie-designed penthouse is flawlessly customized. A perfect balance for entertaining and privacy, this home includes a large master bedroom with an impeccable walk-in closet and master bathroom with large soaking tub and a lounge area with a hidden, fully-equipped wet bar. The private rooftop terrace offers approximately 900 square-feet of entertaining space, expansive views of Manhattan, including the Empire State Building, and dumbwaiter service from the kitchen on the first level.
This condo, situated in the Middle East Side, offers the unique opportunity to create your 4,500-square-foot dream home in the sky, complete with amazing panoramic city views encompassing the river, the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings. This home comes complete with a private elevator entrance, outdoor balcony, and Morgan Court’s expansive garden. In a city with little private green space, this apartment is a hidden gem. Currently configured as two separate, unrenovated units, this condo may be converted into a full-floor duplex with a never-ending list of options to fit the needs of a discerning buyer.