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For $25M, a revamped Upper East Side penthouse with its own water tower

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The expansive abode also comes with several terraces that are perfect for outdoor entertaining

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Manhattan’s Upper East Side is no stranger to multi-million dollar penthouses but few are as intriguing as this $25 million penthouse along Park Avenue that includes its very own water tower.

Per the listing description, the five-bedroom, 5.5 bathroom duplex co-op is the recipient of a full revamp helmed by designer David Kleinberg. Its expansive layout gives way to a huge gallery that greets you upon entering, a formal dining room, and a loft-like “great room.” The massive kitchen is filled with wood cabinetry has a spacious breakfast nook and there is a “bar foyer” along with a nearby staff room.

“The apartment is in its entirety perfection, but the room that literally stops the presses is the great room,” says the listing and while that might be a stretch, the room, located on the top floor of the apartment, does have nice flourishes that includes floor-to-ceiling windows, a stylish wood-burning fireplace, and high ceilings.

The highlights here is the wraparound terrace that offer stunning views of the city’s skyline, a Viking gas grill, plantings, sitting space, and an irrigation system. Additionally, there is a smaller terrace located outside of the living room on the lower level.

Here are the floorplans: