The owner of this 3,600-square-foot combination in the Trump World Tower describes himself as a "detail fanatic" (probably for the best, as he is a facial plastic surgeon), so when the brokerbabble says the design is the product of a "meticulous renovation," it's no exaggeration. The Times details the three-year makeover, which combined two units to make a 95-foot long home that runs the length of the building. Features include a library with Macassar ebony wood built-in shelves, white crocodile-skin cabinets in the master bathroom, a soundproof home theater with leather chairs by Bentley Motors, and an entryway clad in "custom African ziricote wood panels." The Steinway piano and rare-edition Harley Davidson seen in the photos, plus all of the artwork and furnishings, are also available for purchase if a buyer happens to be interested. Sans accoutrements, the place is asking $25M.