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America’s most expensive penthouses are insane


We take a closer look into some of the most impressive - and expensive - penthouses in America

America’s most expensive penthouses are insane

The world has some incredible homes within it. Whether you’re looking into the world’s most expensive homes, the coolest ski chalets on the market or the castles on the market in Scotland, there’s always going to be something to feast your eyes on. There’s something about American architecture and design, though, that’s a cut above the rest. Feast your eyes, gentlemen, on some of the most expensive penthouses America has to give.

The Muse Residences, Florida, $19,900,000

America’s most expensive penthouses are insane
America’s most expensive penthouses are insane
America’s most expensive penthouses are insane

This stunning penthouse in the Muse Residences is eye-catching, to say the least. This brand new and contemporary bachelor pad is a feast for the sense. Sure, it’s eye-wateringly expensive but it’s got to be worth the money: the upper penthouse has its own rooftop terrace (complete with a rooftop elevator, naturally) with panoramic views across the stunning Sunny Isles, as if the ocean views weren’t enough. Luxury is at the heart of this entire property; with beautiful finishes to rival everything else, futuristic technology that’s elegant and subtle enough to work in a home of this stature, vast, huge rooms, access to the most incredible health and wellness spa and much more. Let the pictures speak for themselves and start saving, gentlemen.

Pierre Hotel Penthouse, $57,000,000

America’s most expensive penthouses are insane
America’s most expensive penthouses are insane
America’s most expensive penthouses are insane

This world-famous penthouse has been on and off the market since 2013 and last year underwent a huge revamp in a bid to give it a more contemporary look. The 16 room apartment is vast and impressive: the living room that was once the hotel’s ballroom has been made into the modern gentleman’s room of dreams with oil paintings replaced with newer, more relevant furnishing. It spans from the 41st to the 43rd floors of the hotel, has four terraces, three kitchenettes, a main kitchen, a sauna and an elevator – to name but a few of its many magnificent features.

Museum Tower Penthouse, $24,000,000

America’s most expensive penthouses are insane
America’s most expensive penthouses are insane
America’s most expensive penthouses are insane

  This incredible home has come on the market for a cool $24,000,000, but before you cough into your coffee, let us give you a run-down of some of its most impressive features. Situated in the centre of the Art District in central Dallas and in the highest and most prestigious residence in the city on the 42nd floor, this blank canvas is ready and waiting for any gentleman in the market to invent his own bachelor pad. 24-hour concierge service, private gathering and event spaces, outdoor pool, great lawn and outdoor terrace, state-of-the-art fitness center, house car service are just a few of the home’s incredible amenities.

360 Furman Street, $23,888,000

America’s most expensive penthouses are insane
America’s most expensive penthouses are insane
America’s most expensive penthouses are insane

A list such as this wouldn’t be complete without the inclusion of the prime location of Brooklyn. With sweeping views of the Brooklyn Bridge Park, the Statue of Liberty and the whole of the New York skyline, this modern-day condo has just be redesigned and renovated to the absolute highest standards and offers 8,333 square foot of insane property. Any contemporary bachelor have a serious knack for entertaining, and this home allows you to do just that. With a formal dining room, oversized living room, a wine cellar that offers enough room for 3,500 bottles, all the amenities for a full service building and more, this is the perfect investment for any gentleman serious about building his property portfolio.

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