Everyone wants a house with a view from high floors to low, but what about when you gotta go? These are the hottest listings that provide a stunning view… from the loo.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach
The lakeview penthouse at The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Miami Beach has a combined total of seven bathrooms and one powder room. The master bathroom features panoramic views of the surrounding area, directly facing the lake. As celebrated Italian architect Piero Lissoni’s first full-scale architectural project in the United States, this is the only residential development in Miami Beach spanning over seven-and-a-half-acres! The one-to-five-bedroom homes range in size from 2,000 to over 10,000 square feet, are priced from $2 million to over $40 million and slated for completion this year.
Summit New York, Midtown East (Manhattan)
The Penthouse master bathroom at Summit New York – a luxury rental building in Midtown East features floor-to-ceiling windows delivering exquisite views of the Manhattan skyline including the Chrysler Building, the United Nations and the Empire State Building. It boasts Scavolini white gloss vanity with marble countertop, glass-enclosed rain shower, full-height natural stone walls, oversized recessed mirror medicine cabinet, recessed overhead lighting and radiant heated floors and towel bars.
Nine on the Hudson, West New York (NJ)
The master bathroom in the Penthouse at Nine on the Hudson – NJ’s most expensive condo listing at $8 million boasts floor-to-ceiling windows with the backdrop of the Manhattan skyline. Residents can enjoy the dynamic view with depth perception from the marble infinity tub. The design of the Penthouse’s master bathroom is inspired by a Japanese design and Dutch aesthetic, creating a Zen oasis.
277 Fifth Avenue
Soaring 673 feet above ground, 277 Fifth Avenue is the tallest residential condominium on Fifth Ave, boasting coveted views of Manhattan’s skyline. With a total of 130 units, each residences’ luxurious bathroom offers stunning views of iconic New York City buildings, such as the Empire State Building, Chrysler and the Flatiron building. Elegantly designed bathrooms include steel enamel tubs, positioned to optimize resident’s ability to relax and marvel at views. The master bath is luxuriously appointed with full height San Nicola marble walls, heated Bianco Dolomiti marble flooring and handsome walnut cabinets with Bianco Dolomiti marble slab countertop and waterfall sides. Designed by starchitect Rafael Viñoly and famed interior architect Jeffrey Beers, pricing starts at approximately $2 million.
Master bathrooms at 1000M, the ultra-luxury condominium coming to Chicago, reflect refined elegance with a curated mix of natural stone options and large soaking tubs. Residents will be able to relax their bodies and minds while overlooking Lake Michigan and Chicago’s world-famous skyline from the comfort of their bathtub. In addition to world class views, master bathrooms by interior design star Kara Mann will feature oversized showers with recessed rain heads, wall and hand showers, floating Glassos stone vanities, natural stone floors and walls, and more.
Located amongst the cobblestones of the Tribeca Historic District, 15 Jay consists of five exclusive, thoughtfully designed residences by Meshberg Group. A bathroom in the penthouse duplex boasts custom medicine cabinets with fluted glass and darkened stainless steel frame, a glass-enclosed steam shower with Calacatta Lincoln honed marble bench, a kohler tub and more, all with amazing views of the historic neighborhood. With sales and marketing being handled by MNS, 15 Jay accommodates a contemporary lifestyle while simultaneously recalled Tribeca’s industrial past.
Oceana Bal Harbour
Oceana Bal Harbour, one of the most exclusive developments in the elite enclave of Bal Harbour has picturesque bathroom views, a big wow focal point for residents, where the soaking tubs are positioned to take in the natural sunlight and overlook Miami’s Atlantic azure waters and beaches. The property is the only luxury condominium in Bal Harbour completely parallel to the ocean. Residences range from $3 to $30 million.
Turnberry Ocean Club
Turnberry Ocean Club’s triplex penthouse master bathroom offers an idyllic view of the Atlantic to watch the sunrise peak out over the ocean every morning. The master bathroom is outfitted with Italian marble floors and walls, imported Snaidero Italian custom cabinetry in bathrooms, an expansive glass walk-in rain shower and freestanding soaking tub. Residences range from the upper $3 millions to $35 million.
6440 North Bay Road, Miami Beach
Inspired by the sparkling beauty of Miami’s Biscayne Bay and surrounding landscape, the complementary his and hers bathrooms in this Whitehall Interiors-designed private residence offer sprawling views of the waterway and swaying palm trees from the oversize soaking tubs and walk-in showers. Modern features are mixed with natural elements in the home’s design to further enhance the panoramic views.
Perched atop San Francisco’s famed Russian Hill, Residence 950‘s master bathroom boasts French doors that lead to an expansive private terrace, overlooking the home’s park-like private garden with city and bay views. The over-the-top views make the home’s luxurious free-standing bathtub by Blu Bathworks, rain shower and Boffi bath vanity that much more enjoyable. At $45 million, Troon Pacific-designed Residence 950 is the Bay Area’s most expensive home.
Residence 2646‘s master bathroom, situated on the wellness-centric home’s fourth floor, features a full-height glass window with sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay. Residents will enjoy uninterrupted water views, a Dornbracht rainfall shower, freestanding bathtub and a see-thru fireplace leading to the master bedroom with comfort through the privacy glass. Designed by SF-based luxury home creator Troon Pacific, Residence 2646 is being sold for $34 million.
Designed by Hill West Architects, the 58-story Silver Towers were designed as a complementary pair near New York’s new Hudson Yards development to maximize stellar views and sunlight. Bathrooms from select units, particularly those on the higher floors, boast views of the iconic Freedom Tower, Chrysler Building and Empire State Building.
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