The Roys may be morally and spiritually bankrupt people, but one thing you can’t hate on is their taste in real estate. As avid viewers of Succession know, the show’s main characters have called some truly incredible properties their homes throughout its four seasons. And now, for those with deep pockets, the opportunity to live like a member of the Waystar Royco clan has presented itself, as Kendall’s stunning TV penthouse has recently hit the market for a cool USD$29 million (AU$43 million).
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The sprawling five-bedroom, 5,500-square-foot triplex overlooks Central Park and boasts floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic views of the NYC skyline. The minimalist space beautifully contrasts the lavish vibe, thanks to white walls, marble countertops, and gold trim. The centrepiece of the apartment is a stunning sculptural staircase that connects the three levels. However, there’s also a private glass-walled lift for those more tiring days ruining your father’s empire.
The primary suite boasts its own terrace with a gas fireplace, and a luxurious bathroom with a rain shower which is perfect for crying alone like our tortured Kendall. Heated tile floors, marble counters, and a spacious dressing room complete the luxe restroom amenities.
Downstairs, the custom-designed kitchen features a massive island, top-of-the-line Gaggenau appliances, and a den for additional lounging space or a home office. The estate’s outdoor space comprises 3,500 square feet, including a rooftop terrace with a gas fireplace, outdoor seating to enjoy the city and park views, and multiple smaller terraces which are perfect for privately plotting the downfall of your media rivals.
Located on top of the tallest tower north of 72nd Street in the Carnegie Hill neighbourhood of Manhattan’s Upper East Side, the apartment building also houses a game room, soccer pitch, basketball court, fitness studio, playroom and lounge with a catering kitchen and large dining area. According to The Architect’s Newspaper, the building’s design takes inspiration from classic New York City pre-war masonry facades that were popular in the ’20s.
If you’re ready to live like a Roy, visit the Corcoran website for more information on the property. Check out more images below.
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