$95M Sherry Netherland Hotel Apartment

$95M Sherry Netherland Hotel Apartment
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Looking to dish out $60K a month on maintenance fees alone? This opulent apartment in Manhattan might be exactly what you’re looking for.

Occupying the entire 18th floor of the Sherry Netherland Hotel, this luxury apartment that will definitely get you laid can be accessed from all three elevators in the building. Now that’s easy access!

$95M Sherry Netherland Hotel Apartment

Space will be the least of your worries. Why? Well, this apartment has a total of seven bedrooms and seven full bathrooms. Oh, and two half baths in case you have some extra company over.

$95M Sherry Netherland Hotel Apartment

Flaunting 7,000 square feet of space, this Sherry Netherland Hotel co-op apartment also boasts an additional 2,000 square feet of outdoor space.

The terraces offer sweeping views of the city and excellent living and dining spots. Also part of this vast space is a formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen, a huge master bedroom suite with its own terrace and two staff rooms on separate floors.

$95M Sherry Netherland Hotel Apartment

Being part of a luxury hotel in New York City, the lavish home comes with quite a lot of irresistible perks. The services one can enjoy as an owner are irreproachable: they include daily housekeeping, 24-hour concierge, room service from Harry Cipriani and a luxury restaurant downstairs.

$95M Sherry Netherland Hotel Apartment

The apartment dates back to 1927, and it was home to celebrities like Diana Ross and Charlie Rose. For $95 million you can be its next proud owner.

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