Delivering what the listing bashfully describes as “the pinnacle of contemporary design and convenience,” this breezy $9.75 million penthouse offers a sprawling 4,500 square feet of living space, an absurdly well-appointed roof deck, and an overwhelming list of amenities.
With windows on all four sides (and, in at least one case, the ceiling), the light-filled abode features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a grand open living area, plus a separate den/playroom/office, a practical mudroom, and a separate laundry room discreetly located near the freight elevator. The ceilings are a towering 12 feet, while the Dinesen floors are Great Oak, and the embarrassment of tilt-and-turn windows are obviously equipped with powered shades.
And the perks don’t stop there: the truly massive cook’s kitchen is decked out with a Capital Culinarian Pro-Style six-burner range top, two Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezers, two Miele dishwashers, and one convection oven, while the 1,500-square-foot roof deck features a whole other outdoor cooking station, with a Lynx gas barbecue/rotisserie, weather-proof drawers and cabinets, and a Viking outdoor fridge. If adequate storage is more your concern, rest assured: the co-op has “acres” of it.
- Listing: 109 West 26th Street #PHab [Aligned]