Here at One Block Over, we often hunt for good deals on housing in New York City. Sometimes, though, we just want to dream about kicking back and relaxing on a rooftop of our very own. These 10 homes have some of the most jaw-dropping outdoor spaces on the market right now, with decks, spas, gardens, and views galore. Many are incredibly expensive. But browsing is free, and you can always check out more new apartments for sale.

This 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom duplex penthouse in Tribeca has a distinctly Parisian vibe, with a mansard roof, wrought-iron detailing and French doors. The outdoor shower and views of Downtown Manhattan are not quite in keeping with the Beaux-Arts aesthetic, but at least you’d get plenty of features for your $9,995,000.
Honestly, we wonder whether this 3-bedroom carriage house on Verandah Place is in Cobble Hill or Notting Hill. The $5,500,000 home oozes charm, sitting on a quiet lane overlooking Cobble Hill Park and featuring a multilevel garden complete with screened-in lounge.
Sure, the interiors of this 4-bedroom Greenwich Village duplex penthouse are nice, but the outdoor space steals the show. It’s hard to say what’s most impressive about this expansive rooftop terrace between the outdoor kitchen, TV lounge and landscaped pergola, but there’s something priceless about the water tank views.
Although this 4-bedroom triplex penthouse in SoHo has the square footage and amenities to rival a luxury hotel — as well as the heated spa — it is, in fact, a private home and could be yours. If you have $65,000,000.
If you prefer swimming pools to spas, check out this 4-bedroom Williamsburg townhouse. The  private backyard has just about the coolest aboveground pool we’ve ever seen — for $2,899,000.
Perched in a classic Carnegie Hill co-op, this 2-bedroom penthouse nails the whole old-school, uptown vibe with a wraparound private terrace offering views of Central Park. It’s sky-high luxury for $5,950,000.
There are a lot of ways to create a great Brooklyn rooftop. This 2-bedroom penthouse on N. 5th St., however, comes in above the rest with a seamless flow between interior and exterior space, wide open views of the Williamsburg Bridge, an outdoor kitchen, and more than 1,500 square feet of space. The price? $2,850,000.
Only in Red Hook could you find a setup as unusual and awesome as this 3-bedroom townhouse on Dikeman Street. The front yard, yes, front yard (you get real space for $1,695,000!) is dense with grapevines and bamboo, and includes an irrigation system, fire pit and built-in grill and smoker.
What would a triplex penthouse be without three levels of outdoor space? Just your average triplex penthouse, we suppose. But there’s nothing average about this $19,250,000 property at One Vandam, where you get an outdoor space for every mood and occasion, including one with a wood-burning fireplace, spa and outdoor shower.
Located on quiet, shady Monroe Place, this 6-bedroom, five-story townhouse offers a slice of Brooklyn Heights heaven for $10,500,000. The outdoor space is pretty heavenly too, with a large backyard, a deck off the kitchen, and a private terrace off the master bedroom, all offering views onto the vine-covered neighboring gardens.

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