Nate Berkus’s Sky-High Manhattan Penthouse

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Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2.5 House Size:
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Built in 1920’s, by Emery Roth, this penthouse has three wood-burning fireplaces with open city views throughout. The foyer leads to a corner living room offering 10.5-foot coffered ceilings, eastern and southern views, and a fireplace with custom moldings. With two all-glass terrace doors on each side, the dining room is next to a chef’s kitchen with the option to close dual sliding doors for a more formal setting. The kitchen offers space only found in old-world New York mansions and is finished with Butcher block and marble countertops, illuminated with a wall of windows and skylights, and equipped with Viking appliances including a dishwasher, refrigerator, and eight-burner hooded range.

There is a n iron staircase leads to the private living quarters below, opening into a large family room complete with a fireplace and a second powder room. Next to the family room, a study and glass enclosed office provide additional space for work or leisure. The spacious master suite features unobstructed eastern views, a fireplace and a dressing room larger than most bedrooms. Luxurious fixtures in the en-suite master bath include dual sinks, faucets and fixtures by Waterworks and a freestanding cast iron tub from Signature Hardware. Finishing the floor, two additional bedrooms share a full bathroom.

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