The palatial place was originally listed at $40 million but the price tag has been reduced to attract more buyers.
The 9,000 square foot spread boasts floor-to ceiling windows—with panoramic views of New York City—and glass flooring throughout the entire interior.
There’s also a spacious living area and library, both with wood-burning fireplaces, and an entertainment lounge right off of the home’s central atrium.
The lavish master suite features two windowed walk-in closets and its own en suite steam room.
And in addition to a colossal prep kitchen nestled near the formal dining room, the pad offers an eat-in chef’s kitchen with barbeque grill.
Outside, there are two levels of landscaped terraces and a private garage that can hold up to seven cars (or fourteen if you hire a valet)!