It’s not every day that fans get to take a step inside the world of their favorite shows and movies. Game of Thrones fans throngs Old Town in Dubrovnik and Croatia to feel part of the series they fixate over. Similarly, Potterheads can’t get over the amusement parks and sets created by Warner Bros to give us a glimpse of the magical world. Now, succession fans have a chance not only to visit but live in the luxury Manhattan condominium featured in the hit HBO drama Succession and call it their own. The r $23.3million duple property is located in lower Manhattan, on the 29th floor of 2 Park Place. Succession fans will immediately recognize the stunning home as the residence of Rava Roy. The mansion in the skies is sprawling with 6,700 square feet of living space and an additional 2,770 square feet of terrace space. Without wasting time on words, let’s dig into the luxe apartment that served as the beautiful den of Kendall Roy’s ex-wife:
Pavilion A’s opulent apartment consists of five-bedroom, six skylights, two powder rooms, a private outdoor terrace, and a wine-tasting room.
Other than massive spaces, the house also flaunts imposing 22-foot ceilings illuminated by six skylights. You can access the upper floor with a floating spiral staircase that leads up to the mezzanine and rooftop deck.
The elegant home doesn’t leave any space to create an impressive impression, including the kitchen. The kitchen has everything for your every need, from custom-made cabinetry by DADA, glistening marble countertops, a wine fridge, and two dishwashers. Adjacent to the kitchen is a 52ft long, great room.
The master bedroom is done in shades of white which adds a sense of openness to an already airy room. It has two lounge areas and a spectacular morning kitchen in addition to private access to the terrace and a walk-in closet.
There’s nothing in the spectacular Succession house that doesn’t scream luxe, and that includes the bathrooms. Fit for royalty, the massive bathroom is outfitted with a steam shower, a soaking tub, dual vanity sinks, and radiant heat floors.