One of the most extravagant mega mansions you have ever seen is for sale on New York’s Upper East Side. It boasts 20,000 square feet of living space and is 6 levels high. The home has 7 bedrooms, 6 full baths and 3 powder rooms. The home was originally built in 1884. In 2005, it was bought by for $20 million by investor Vincent Viola, owner of the NHL Florida Panthers, and his wife, Teresa, the president of Maida Vale Designs.
The townhouse was completely gutted and renovated with amenities such as an onyx elevator, movie theatre with a balcony, a saltwater pool with spa, heated sidewalk, heated stairs and floors in the foyers, a panic room, and a brick oven in the kitchen. The 2,000 square foot roof-top deck offers views of Central Park and the city. The mega mansion is listed for $114,077,000 with Corcoran Real Estate Group.
It’s between Fifth and Madison Avenue on 69th Street.
The outside staircase, sidewalk, and floors in the foyer are heated to accommodate cold, snowy New York winters.
A beautiful spiral staircase leads to the upper floors or you can take the onyx elevator.
The ceilings range from 12-34 feet and the home is 40 feet wide.
This is just one of the many beautiful fireplaces.
The mansion has 3 powder rooms and 6 full baths.
A spiral staircase leads to the duplex library with a ceiling mural and chandeliers.
The kitchen has an butcher-block island, three sinks, Viking ovens, and a brick- oven.
The media room was fashioned after the owner’s favorite theater in Queens. It even has a second floor.
Most of the walls are decorated with gold-leaf filagree.
The mansion has 19 rooms and 7 of them are bedrooms.
The marbled master bath has a his and hers sink and a raised bathtub.
Two of the larger bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.
A saltwater swimming pool is located on the lower level.
Fit for a king, the dining room looks like it belongs in the Palace of Versailles.
The roof top deck has a gorgeous view of Central Park.
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