Luxury homebuyers looking for the ultimate upgrade can now bare it all far above prying eyes in high-end bathrooms
According to an article in the New York Times, penthouse bathrooms are starting to feature grand views of the city, and sometimes, the owners.
The dizzying aerial baths at 432 Park, while certainly the highest in the city, are not the only exposed throne rooms in New York. All across Manhattan, in glassy towers soon to be built or nearing completion, see-through chambers will flaunt their owners, naked, toweled or robed, like so many museum vitrines — although the audience for all this exposure is probably avian, not human.Sponsor Content
And for $40,000 a month, prospective Manhattan renters can enjoy one of their own.
Just looking to rent? Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen just put their four bedroom/4.5 bath West Side studio on the rental market, an article in AOL Real Estate said.
The 47th floor apartment at 23 East 22nd St. features walls of glass overlooking most of Manhattan and sunsets on the Hudson River, the article noted. And the beautiful view can all be taken in from the shower.