Which Penthouse will you buy when you win Lotto?
Sky Penthouse In The Odeon Tower, Monaco
Your own dance floor and water slide to take you from one floor to the pool, what you’ve always wanted right? Well when your lucky numbers come in this amazing penthouse in Monaco could be yours! The world’s most expensive apartment it boasts 30,000 square foot of sheer luxury including an in-house caterer, 24/7 concierge and amazing unobstructed views of the Mediterranean Sea. This Penthouse is spread over five floors, with a kitchen on each, five bedrooms, a living-room, dinning-room, private cinema, sauna, and a private lift.
One Hyde Park Penthouse, London
Located in one of the wealthiest areas in the world adjacent to Hyde Park and the Mandarin Oriental Hotel this Knightsbridge development has 86 residences owned by Russian Oligarchs, Chinese billionaires and Arab sheikhs. This 17,000 sq foot apartment features bulletproof glass, an in-house golf simulator, temperature controlled wine cellars, panic rooms and the entire development is patrolled by guards trained by the British Special Forces.
Destination 41st, 42nd and 43rd floor of the luxurios Pierre Hotel in New York. This 12,000 square foot Penthouse has 16 rooms, 6 bathrooms and 5 fire places. Located on Fifth Avenue, the apartment has 360-degree views over Manhattan, Central Park and the Hudson River. Other grand features include a Swedish sauna, three powder rooms, a private elevator, and three kitchenettes as well as a main kitchen.
Spanning the 89th and 90th floors, the One57 penthouse offers 11,000 square feet of sheer opulance. 6 bedrooms, a steam room, a library, and an indoor movie theatre. Residents also have access to the Park Hyatt amenities – which take up the first 39 floors in the buildings. The penthouse owners have their own 20,000 square-foot private amenities floor – with a pool, gym, library and theatre. Other features includes a yoga studio, pet grooming room and a ballroom that can fit up to 200 guests.
The octagon shaped CitySpire Penthouse on West 56th Street is the highest terraced residence in the United States, with 360-degree views over New York City. At 8,000 square-feet, the apartment houses six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a private elevator, 20-guest dining room, 1000-bottle cellar and an eat-in chef’s kitchen. It also features an entirely separate staff apartment on the 72nd floor, accessed via a private service entrance. From the penthouse’s 135 windows it’s possible to see nearly all of New York’s bridges, and the coveted Central Park View.
The building sits on the famous River Thames and over looks the London Eye. The 5,200 square foot penthouse has two levels and two rooftop terraces. Other features include a champagne bar, indoor-outdoor water feature and a levitating dining table.
Measuring a staggering 21,108 square feet, this home is three levels with a five-room Housing Board flat, and will come with a dedicated private lift, pool and a glass-floored cantilevered balcony. Due for completion in 2016, the penthouse is perched atop the 290-metre Tanjong Pagar Centre – Singapore’s tallest building.
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