14th & Paradise

Even the smallest bit of outdoor space can be one of the most covetable features of any Manhattan apartment. So how about over 1,600 square feet of lush, private outdoor space!? Well, that’s just preposterous . . . and the bee’s knees. This penthouse loft in Chelsea features one of the most spectacular rooftop terraces I’ve ever seen. And for a mere $4.5 million dollars, it could be ours.

(via Sotheby’s)

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  1. Eva wrote:

    That’s lush!

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  2. Yet more evidence that NYC is the most awesome and amazing city in the world. Don’t get me wrong, I love Toronto, but c’mon on – this is pretty freakin’ cool. 😉

    xoxo
    http://www.natashafatah.blogspot.com

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  3. Bels wrote:

    wooow!! gorgeous 🙂

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  4. want it!!

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  5. Karolina wrote:

    Fantastic. No other words for this amazing place. Ok and amazing. Thank you for sharing!

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  6. january wrote:

    that is soooo incredible!
    january, x
    jessicajanuary.com

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  7. Nothing better than green spaces in the middle of the city!

    http://aurelieandangelo.com/

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  8. wauw, a private city jungle
    xo,
    Natalie

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  9. Oh my! And just for 4.5 million dollars???? 😉

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  10. Erika wrote:

    If only you could pay cash, no mortgage and make it your own…actually probably a good deal considering years ago it was probably appraised for more like 8 million…crazy.
    Inspiring…thanks for sharing.
    xo
    E

    http://www.urbanchiqueness.com

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  11. wow I can’t believe that’s in the city.

    Egocloset.com Giveaway!

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  12. Telma wrote:

    Woow, what’s a dream <33
    xoxo, telmasofiia.blogspot.com

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  13. Rachel wrote:

    I am dying to do a pergala over my patio. This is dreamy.

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  14. Kecia wrote:

    Wow! That’s a little bit of shangri la right there!

    xx
    Kecia

    http://www.couturezooblog.com/

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  15. Jessie wrote:

    this is one of the coolest things i have ever seen. wish i had this much outdoor space, or any outdoor space in my nyc apartment. for sure lucky ones.
    xx, http://wordbyjessie.com/

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  16. gorgeous boho looks!

    Bises,
    monkeyshines
    http://monkeyshines-monkeyshines.blogspot.com/

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  17. Seriously? I will abandon university, i will sell my kidneys and i will buy it! Fair deal! 😀

    (New blog needing some love and support:  In Whirl of Inspiration )

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  18. Amy wrote:

    What an amazing little paradise!

    xoxo,
    mon amy

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  19. Alison wrote:

    Wow, so gorgeous. Imagine having all of that! Paradise 🙂

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  20. Lauren C.T. wrote:

    Wow. I might enjoy living in the city more if I could afford that place. But I don’t know about living in Chelsea; I’d prefer the West Village. 😉

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  21. Kate wrote:

    Good lord….I didnt know spaces like this existed in NYC, I was living in a shoe box for god sakes!

    <3 Kate
    http://www.theforgetfulwife.com

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  22. Gabrielle | Savvy Home wrote:

    How many bloggers does it take to buy a Chelsea penthouse??

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  23. Stacy wrote:

    Beautiful eco-garden!

    Stacy from http://www.stacyco.blogspot.com

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  24. Lauren wrote:

    This is just unfair. But, amazing, obviously!
    xL

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  25. style-xyz wrote:

    so awesome, I would love to have garden on my roof 🙂

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  26. So beautiful, really inspiring! – Aliya
    http://marantphiles.com

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  27. I would kill for that! That terrace is amazing!

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  28. Chelle wrote:

    Wow! This is beautiful!

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  29. ohhh my god. #dreaming ….

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  30. Leanne wrote:

    I’m sure this space was in a movie, wasn’t it??

    Beautiful, Love from South Africa

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  31. Katharina wrote:

    A Wonderful place.

    le cours des choses

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  32. SPEECHLESS

    U can check my BUNNY CHOCOLATE in:

    http://laviequo.blogspot.com/2012/04/frohe-ostern-happy-easter.html

    XOXO from MUNICH

    La VIE Quotidienne

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  33. H. wrote:

    wow, I’m blown away. Wish I was a millionaire 😀

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  34. jaybee wrote:

    wow thats looks so cool.

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  35. phaydra wrote:

    What a gorgeous gem of greenery hidden atop a city roof.

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  36. sharmaine wrote:

    omg this is absolutely paradise!!!

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  37. Risse wrote:

    How beautiful! I think places like these are such a pleasant surprise amongst all that concrete. If I ever lived in NYC, my dream would be to have a place that is overflowing with green. But that price tag, my goodness, I need to sell my soul haha.

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  38. amazing! what’s the water bill?

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  39. nati wrote:

    my dream! oh my god!

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  40. Irina wrote:

    Incredibly beautiful! It really is a green paradise of Features stone jungle! Bravo to those who invented it did!
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