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Quiet and luxurious penthouse in Soho

This intimate and chic penthouse is located in a quiet residential building situated in Soho. The penthouse was originally a warehouse space until it was turned into a duplex by Nico Rensch of Architeam, UK and Victoria Blau Architects. Now it’s a stylish, modern and minimalist penthouse with lots of interesting details in terms of interior décor. Of course, the most impressive area of the duplex would be the living room.

Luxurious penthouse in Soho

It’s just any living room. It’s a double height space with a glass enclosed Zen viewing garden that manages to connect the inhabitants with the beauty of the nature. Such properties are rare and hard to find so we’re very lucky to have found this one and to be able to present it to you. The penthouse covers three levels and it features a total of approximately 3.500 square feet of interior space, plus 2200 square feet of exterior space consisting in private terraces and beautiful landscape.

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Luxurious penthouse in SohoView in gallery

Luxurious penthouse in SohoView in gallery

Luxurious penthouse in SohoView in gallery

Luxurious penthouse in SohoView in gallery

Luxurious penthouse in SohoView in gallery

Luxurious penthouse in SohoView in gallery

The property also includes a rooftop terrace with a complete kitchen and an outdoor living area. I can only imagine how incredibly relaxing it must be to lay back in your lounge chair, admire the views and enjoy breakfast, coffee or a cold drink. The terrace also offers 360 degree views of the Manhattan skyline. This is truly a unique penthouse, an ideal family home and also a great entertainment residence.This penthouse is liste for $13,9 million.

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Posted in Apartments on October 26, 2011

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Simona Ganea
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