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Manhattan penthouse for sale for $36M

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For $36 million, a four-bedroom Tribeca penthouse could be yours. Leonardo Di Caprio recently scoped it out while house hunting in the city.

The kitchen has a giant marble island. After a home cooked meal by your personal chef, take in some fresh air and spectacular sights on the terrace with views from the Statue of Liberty to the George Washington Bridge.

It's easy to love thy neighbor when she happens to be a living legend: Meryl Streep. Directly across Meryl's crib is the master bedroom. I could easily fit my bedroom in the palatial closet. If you thought the closet was impressive, the pristine master bath is a showstopper. The tub is carved out of a solid block of marble that weighs almost two thousand pounds. The shower has multiple heads. There's a television and an infrared sauna.

For more R&R don't forget about the indoor pool downstairs, all without leaving the comfort of your home. When it's time to face the flashbulbs, your driver is on call in your private garage waiting to whisk you away to the red carpet.

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