Many say home is where the heart is. Currently, it may not seem so as an overdose of being quarantined inside our humble abodes is driving us nuts. That would hardly be the case if we were confined to this beautiful house in Brooklyn. A Brooklyn apartment just sold for $20.3 million and has smashed all records for being the priciest home ever sold in the borough. The penthouse is at the top of the 30-story Quay Tower. No doubt the house is very tastefully done but what makes it a catch is the location too. The apartment is located in Brooklyn Heights and offers views of both the Hudson and East rivers. Those living here will enjoy uninterrupted views of the Manhattan skyline, Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty. Why would anyone ever want to end their quarantine in a penthouse like this and leave? Let’s explore what it looks like on the inside.
Unimaginably impressive views from the penthouse make it a desirable purchase. It’s not every day you look out of your window and see the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and a skyline considered to be one of the best in the world.
Can you imagine living in this living room? Fit for a king I’d say! Abundant natural light brightens the decor and ceiling-to-floor windows make it possible to enjoy the view from every corner of the room.
That’s no hotel, it is the private elevator that leads you into this dreamy apartment.
The penthouse comprises of five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, including this Jack and Jill style bathroom
This bathroom with sweeping views of the city is where I can certainly spend half my life with a good book in one hand and a wine in another.
This is the sunset lounge meant to enjoy a sunset that’s extra special when enjoyed from this sprawling space.
The house comes along with many amenities like a music room, a 2500 sq feet fitness centre, Amazon Smart home capabilities and a 24- hour concierge service.
[Via: Business Insider]