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This $25 Million Penthouse Boasts The Most Stunning Private Pool In Manhattan

By News Creatives Authors , in Real Estate , at August 12, 2021

Located at 240 Park Avenue South, in Manhattan’s chic Flatiron District, this duplex condominium encompasses 6,025 square feet, ceiling heights that reach up to 24 feet and a 24-foot, two-story, 45-panel Verdi Alpi Marble wall imported from Switzerland. 

The panoramic northern view to the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings is spectacular, providing iconic New York City views during the day and, especially, at night. 

But its most striking feature is above it all: a private glass rooftop pavilion with a 30-foot pool built of custom blue mosaic Bisazza tile. It is surrounded by a Roman Travertine terrace and includes one of the home’s two gas fireplaces.

The two living levels encompass eight rooms, including a vast master bedroom suite whose freestanding marble soaking tub is placed before a floor-to-ceiling window for optimum views from the bath. Beside the custom Arclinea kitchen, there is also a marble outdoor kitchen on the rooftop deck. Throughout the condominium unit, Dinesen 18-inch plank oak floors with white oil finish add warmth and character. The use of steel, stone, leather, wood and glass in the home successfully tie together traditional Scandinavian design with contemporary New York style. The kitchen counters, for example, are fashioned from poured concrete, giving the sleek space an industrial, edgy sensibility.

The home has the latest in home automation technology. The design firm Soren Rose, who created the stunning interior, call this project a “journey into bespoke craftsmanship.” The process took six years: the meticulous work is evident everywhere.

The home is offered for sale by Nikki Field and Ben Pofcher of Sotheby’s International Realty


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