Hamilton bought the opulent home in March of 2017 and offered it for $57 million less than two years later. He was demanding $52 million for it by the winter of 2020. When the property was finally sold this fall, it was for $49.5 million. Hamilton strikes a hard enough bargain.
The triplex penthouse property has 8,900 square feet of indoor living space and 3,400 square feet of terrace space, which includes a New York City panorama, a plunge pool, a kitchen, and numerous landscaped lounging, dining, and living rooms. Natural textures abound as adornment in the interiors, with high-end finishing details such as the Christopher Peacock kitchen and single-stringer staircases with 4-inch plank treads.
The great room of the unit is a soaring space with incredible size, with two floors of windows and a second-level view, all warmed by antique posts and beams connected with iron hardware. A library, a formal dining room, and a master suite with a huge dressing room are among the other features.
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