Sometimes we start dreaming about moving to a fantastic home in that location that could change our entire life… To help you dream even more, here are five dream homes in the most amazing city of the world: New York!
Jay Street, off Hudson Street, you will find a 4,200 square feet property with two floors and impressive architectural and design details. The house features floor-to-ceiling sliding Japanese-style doors, metal and silk wall panels, Russian style hand-embroidered drapes and oxidized copper screens. It has three bedrooms plus a study, a giant living room and a 900-square-foot patio.
37 floors above West 67th Street in the Park Millennium condo you can find an elegant home. With 3,405-square-foot, an giant living and dining room. The kitchen has lots of natural light because of the large windows and there are four bedrooms, but with space for even more.
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At Northside Piers condo complex you can find a penthouse apartment and the adjoining one-bedroom. The 2,962 square feet across two levels let you with the space you always dream of, with five to six bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and two balconies with great views of the East River and Manhattan’s skyline.
A restored and reinvented apartment with 4,500-square-foot above East 83rd Street, between Madison and Park Avenues, is a combination of two existing apartments. This home has the versatility that allows you to modify the six bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Marble mosaics and historically architectural details are some of the wonders that this home have inside. Two entrances and two kitchens make this a singular place to live with all the commodities.
A tree bedroom renovated apartment set along Gramercy Park North, with a key to New York City’s only remaining private park. Can we ask for more? Blending original 1924 details with modern conveniences and luxuries, in the kitchen you have top-of-the-line appliances and marble finishes. Park views, a gorgeous living room, a dining room and two bedrooms finish the dream tour.
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