Most New Yorkers will settle for a bedroom that’s sole purpose is for sleeping. Apartments across the city are renting and selling for high prices where a bed is often just an arm’s reach away from the kitchen.
But for these luxury apartments, space is not an issue, and the master bedroom is its own oasis — complete with a dream closet, bathroom and more details that will make anyone want to sleep the day away.
1051 81st St.
Some move to the suburbs seeking more space and a true master space, but this south Brooklyn home, in Dyker Heights, offers 7,000 square feet of living space, all within city limits. Built in 2001, the house features custom Red Oak interior doors, custom staircases, and a Spanish tile roof. The first floor is all Italian granite, and the second floor has oak flooring.
The second floor also has three bathrooms and four large bedrooms, including the master. The master is the full width of the home and features his and hers walk in closets, and its own master bathroom.
114 Liberty St., 10FL
This five-bedroom, six-bathroom downtown condo features 5,800-square-foot, and is described in its listing as “steeped in contemporary design infused with Asian Zen while staying true to urban loft character.” The home has direct elevator, original columns, 12-foot ceilings and large windows that span the length of the room. The master is described as “spa-like and serene,” with separate his-and-hers bathrooms featuring marble counters, quartzite heated floors, a freestanding soaking tub and a steam shower.
25 Bond St., 2E
This three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom NoHo condo takes up a full floor and features an elevator made from distressed bronze that opens directly into the home’s 45-foot wide, great room. The master features a wood-burning fireplace, an 80-square-foot balcony and a dressing room with custom California closets. The master bathroom has floor-to-ceiling limestone, Agape Spoon tub, custom dual steam shower, marble double vanity and radiant heated floors.
319 E. 51st St.
This townhouse in the Beekman section of Midtown Manhattan features five bedrooms and five-and-a-half bathrooms in 6,500 square feet. The entire third floor consists of the master suite – with wall-to-wall carpeting, pearl beaded wallpaper and a remote controlled gas fireplace. There is also a dressing room with nine closets and a massive master bath with a marble tub and radiant heated floors.