Perched atop a 23-story co-op building on the Upper West Side, this five-bedroom penthouse is certainly one of the most unique listings on the market right now, and it’s asking $12 million.
For one, the apartment comes with soaring vaulted Mahogany ceilings in the living and dining area. That space is also fitted with a wood burning fireplace, and has access to three terraces. In fact, the apartment is pretty much surrounded by terraces on all sides. Also attached to the living area is charming solarium, which the brokerbabble has described as a "less formal dining area."
Four of the apartment's five bedrooms are located on the left side of the penthouse, and the master bedroom can also be used as an artist’s studio. Three of the five bedrooms come with adjoining bathrooms, and the master bedroom has access to a private terrace.
Other nice features include the fact that it’s a short walk away from the American Museum of Natural History, and boasts great views of the Hudson River.