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There is no doubt that Manhattan, located in the heart of New York, is the most expensive city to live in. Costing nearly twice as much as other U.S. cities, New York real estate is high-priced, but for good reason. In the true lap of luxury, these expensive spaces are drool-worthy and downright gorgeous.

Central Park townhouse

Central Park townhouse

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Living in one of the most prestigious cities of New York most definitely comes with a price. A $114,700,000 price, to be more specific. Located in the famous Upper East Side of Manhattan, this 20,000 square foot townhouse not only comes equipped with drool-worthy views of Central Park, it also has a grand European style and flair to it. Built in the late 1800s, the classy space has not only 19 rooms to accommodate its owner, it also has a private deck, a fitness room, recreational facilities and a 23-by-12-foot swimming pool. Keeping its vintage elegance, the townhouse was renovated by its current owners to provide luxurious modern advances.

High-rise CitySpire penthouse

High rise CitySpire penthouse

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If you love aerial views and are not afraid of heights, this high-rise penthouse is exactly what you've been searching for. Listed at $100,000,000, this triplex penthouse is located in the CitySpire building and said to be the highest terraced residence in the U.S. There are three levels, equaling 8,000 square feet on the interior and 3,000 square feet on the exterior. Offering 360-degree panoramic views of New York's finest buildings and landscapes either outside or inside with the use of floor-to-ceiling windows, the potential owner of this penthouse will always have something to look at. But no need to worry, there is plenty of privacy, as not only is the space 72 stories off the ground, it comes with its very own private elevator.

Midtown millions

Midtown millions

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Dreaming of a New York City apartment with a view? Look no further than this $98,000,000 beauty. Featuring a view of America's beloved city's skyline in nearly every single room, including the kitchen, family room and master bedroom, there are two walls made entirely of windows in this stunning space — 9,000 square feet with four bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms with granite countertops, maple floors and Venetian plaster walls. Not to mention, this NYC apartment is equipped with the latest technology, making life easier than ever.

Fifth Avenue luxury

5th Avenue luxury

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The perfect space for those who don't mind the hotel life, this exquisite property is located in the famous Sherry Netherland Hotel. A five-star apartment with a five-star price of $95,000,000, the skyscraper offers the best of everything. Placed on the 18th floor, the potential homeowner will enjoy views of Central Park and the Upper East Side of Manhattan. With seven bedrooms, eight baths, a private terrace and direct access to the port, there isn't much reason to leave the stylish comfort of this plush space.

15 Central Park West condo

15 Central Park West Condo

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The location alone gives this luxurious condo the authority to have the asking price of $65,000,000. A bargain compared to the other real estate listings, this 6,000 square foot condo offers some of New York's most famous and breathtaking views, including Central Park, the Hudson River, Columbus Circle, the Palisades and the Empire State Building. And that's just on the outside of the building! The inside gives the owner access to a fitness center, saunas, butler service, a library and more. Brand-spanking new, this never-lived-in space is a top-notch home for any true-blue New Yorker.

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