Ever wonder what a $250-million penthouse apartment in Central Park Tower on NYC’s Billionaire’s Row looks like? If so, then Ryan Serhant has just the tour for you. Located a dizzying 1,416-feet above the city, this residence spans over 17,500-square-feet over the 129th to 131st floors of the tower, complete with 7 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and more.
Always wanted to fry up some calamari, shrimp, potatoes, or vegetables while on vacation or at the campsite? Thanko’s Kalari should do the trick. This personal deep fryer only requires between 10oz – 16.9oz of oil to cook up some of your favorite foods at temperatures of 122° F – 392° F.
At $74.3-million, the Jala Penthouse at Aman New York is currently the most expensive residence sold this year. It’s located on the 20th floor and spans over 6,700-feet, complete with an outdoor saltwater swimming pool, two terraces, and even a cabana area for entertaining guests or just relaxation when the weather permits.
Spanning 7,000-square-feet and located in Houston, Texas, this unofficial “Darth Vader House” is most certainly fit for the Dark Lord of the Sith, or at least his helmet. It was constructed in 1992 and will set you back a cool $4.3-million from Wade Knight with Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty should this be of interest.
Photo credit: Milad Eshtiyaghi
Located in Quadra Island, British Columbia, Canada, the “Mountain House” by architect Milad Eshtiyaghi may seem perilous, but this cliff hanging living space offers unparalleled views of its surroundings. The idea stems from the fact that its base was already there on the site of four old trees, so the architect wanted to build around them and make the space between, a backyard of sorts