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A private pergola tops this contemporary Chelsea penthouse, asking $9.75M

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It also gets plenty of light thanks to an abundance of windows on all sides

Red sofa at 109 West 26th Street

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.