Here at One Block Over, we usually hunt for good deals on housing in New York City. Sometimes, though, we all just want to window-shop. To help with that, here are our 10 favorite eye-candy apartments currently for sale — some incredibly expensive, others surprisingly affordable, all terribly fun to look at. Browse away, or check out more new apartments for sale.

This 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom duplex penthouse may be in the heart of Downtown Manhattan, but you could have fooled us. With those big, airy skylights, solarium, and outdoor kitchen, this place is straight out of Santa Monica. Listed for $10.8 million, the price is very L.A., too.
If you prefer a more classic New York City penthouse, consider this sprawling, 1-bedroom Tribeca loft. The interiors are packed with exposed beams, brick, and soaring ceilings, while the outdoor space is all about classic water tank views. To call this loft your own, you’ll need to scrounge up $5 million.
Honestly, the only thing that could improve a sweeping Central Park view would be taking it all in from a jacuzzi. And with a glass of champagne. At this Lenox Hill duplex, you can have all that for $12 million. Well, the champagne’s not included in listing price.
If you’ve got a taste for champagne, but a beer budget, take a look at this expansive 1.5-bedroom penthouse in Brooklyn, which is listed for $999,000. By “beer budget,” we meant a craft beer budget. This is Brooklyn, after all. Beer is fancy.
We try to be objective here, but this stunning Park Avenue penthouse it is hard to beat. The 2-bedroom co-op is straight-up ritzy, and we are loving it. It’s hard to decide which is better — the wraparound terrace with Central Park views, or the super-classy interiors. Concerning the price, however, it is easier to be objective: $8.75 million is a lot.
This $3.999 million penthouse in Chelsea comes with a 418-square-foot private terrace and some of the best sunset views we’ve seen in a while. The apartment also offers a smaller balcony off the master bedroom, with views of the Empire State Building — you know, in case it gets too sunny out on the terrace.
Penthouses on the Upper East Side often have a certain look and feel, but this East 73rd Street triplex defies the norm. Full of glassy accent walls, floating staircases and striated marble, the apartment is all about clean lines and modern luxury. It’ll cost you a cool $6.95 million.
This 4-bedroom duplex penthouse has a wood-burning fireplace, a spiral staircase, and an incredible private outdoor space with views of the Empire State Building. Sure, those things are nice, but what sets the place apart is its top-floor location at the Gilsey House, a landmarked cast-iron building dating to the 1860s. Living in this iconic NoMad spot will put you back $5.1 million.
Buyers of this West Village duplex penthouse may find themselves suffering from Goldilocks syndrome when it’s time to decide which outdoor space to enjoy. There’s one small, intimate terrace, another garden terrace with an outdoor kitchen, and then a roof terrace with 360-degree views of the river and city. Which one is just right? The choice is yours … if you have $24.5 million.
If three separate terraces seems excessive, how about just one that measures 1,000 square feet? This 2-bedroom penthouse in Midtown West lays claim to being the biggest private terrace in the neighborhood, and has a jacuzzi, too. It can be yours for $1.75 million.

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