Live Next To The Queen In This $8M NYC Apartment
Queen Elizabeth II purchased a pied-à-terre in New York’s Union Nations Plaza for $7.9 million in 2015, and the unit below hers is now on sale for $8 million. Designed by Lord Norman Foster, who the Queen knighted in 1990, the apartment boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms and killer views of Manhattan. Click through to take a peek inside the 3,004-square-foot space that’s fit for a royal.
Upon entrance, a bright foyer welcomes, leading to the rest of the light-filled space.
Expansive floor-to-ceiling, black-framed windows are found throughout the home.
Just look at that view!
A well-lit powder room is a must.
The fully equipped chef’s kitchen comes complete with custom Poliform white lacquered cabinetry, a curved center island, granite countertops and top-of-the-line Miele and Subzero appliances.
Counter space along the wall of windows offers a stunning spot to enjoy your morning coffee.
The spacious dining room has a glamorous feel.
The master suite comes complete with a luxurious ensuite, sitting area, two enormous walk-in closets and motorized shades.
We wouldn’t mind waking up to this view every morning.
The sleek master bathroom features Sivec marble, Dornbracht fittings, a teak double vanity and a separate glass shower.
The dramatic windowed bathtub set into a bay window is undoubtedly the star of this room.
The second bedroom has an ensuite bathroom and two gracious closets.
The third bedroom comes with an ensuite and a casual seating area.