Welcome to the lifestyles of the rich and famous!
The luxury housing market has been heating up over the last several months, mostly driven by a dwindling supply of desirable properties and bargains, relatively speaking, that is, for high-end real estate.
Take a look at these 4 majestic mega-mansions:
Divine Fifth Avenue Penthouse
Featuring views of the Manhattan Skyline and Central Park, this palatial penthouse is the largest property ever offered on 5th Avenue. This exquisitely designed residence has a professional recording studio, a dining room capacity for 22 people, a private rooftop terrace and is equipped with three kitchens.
List price: $65,000,000
European Elegance, Beverly Hills Style
Just built in 2008, French moldings and hand-painted ceilings adorn this beautiful mega-mansion. Characterized as an “entertainer’s paradise,” this spectacular property boasts an expansive pool pavilion, beautifully manicured gardens and a tournament-size tennis court.
List price: $49,500,000
36,000 square feet
Historic New York City Townhouse
Back in 1995, this historic townhouse sold for $6,000,000. It was originally built in 1916 for the retail magnate Frank Woolworth and still retains its charm. This opulent neo-French Renaissance mansion features a decadent dining room with room to seat more than 50 people, a drawing room spanning 35 feet and a massive fireplace.
List price: $90,000,000
47,182 square feet
Palm Beach Paradise
Designed in 1921, this four-acre property is right in the heart of Palm Beach and comes with 150 feet of priceless oceanfront. This estate is 75 percent green space with luscious park-like gardens that surround the Mediterranean Revival-style main house.
List price: $59,000,000
23,000 square feet