Wednesday, January 27, 2016

If You Haven't Bought My Birthday Gift Yet ... Celebrity Digs You Can Own: Robert DeNiro

I know, it’s kinda nondescript from the outside, but there is underground parking for several cars, a must in New York City.

This is my request for a birthday gift; Robert DeNiro’s New York penthouse — I just adore a penthouse view — spanning the top two floors of a West Village building, with sweeping 360 degree views of the Hudson River and the city itself.

The original building dates back to the 1920s, but now it houses my ideal new home: 11,000 square feet of interior and landscaped terraces. There is a grand living room — because I’m livin’ large in DeNiro’s old pad — with a wood burning fireplace and dramatic double height ceilings, five bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms.

The master suite is a sanctuary with its own fireplace, two windowed walk-in closets — because why share a closet when you don’t have to — an en-suite bathroom with steam room, and access to one of the many terraces; there are sprawling terraces on both levels of the penthouse.

In addition, there is a library with another fireplace, a home office for blogging, a formal dining room, an eat-in chef’s kitchen, a prep kitchen, and a walk in pantry.

And, as I said, if y’all wanna band together and buy this for me for my birthday — after I’ve entertained and infuriated you on this blog for years — it can be mine mine mine for just $25.5 million dollars.

And with some roughly 330 followers, past and present, that works out to just about $85,000 each. Chump change.

Thanks, in advance!


Bea said...

Wow, what a bargain! ;)

the dogs' mother said...

Maybe if I searched the cushions for spare change...

mistress maddie said...

Stunning!!!!!! I hope my boys didn't get confused and go there to wish you a Happy Birthday. They all very pretty but not the brightest bulbs on Broadway.

Mitchell is Moving said...

Not bad. But my favourites are always the floor plans themselves, so thanks for sharing those. As for adoring a penthouse view, so do I; however, darling, I love you but give me Park Avenue.