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Now a 5,000-square-foot luxury duplex, the expansive home is made up of five bedrooms and four baths. At the heart of the living space is a long Corian kitchen island flanked by a sophisticated white marble fireplace. A walnut-paneled wall runs along the length of the kitchen to the upper floor and integrates all of the home’s storage, media, and pantry needs. A central skylight floods the apartment with natural light and also gives a glimpse of the garden area above.

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From the first floor, the beautiful marble and glass staircase leads to a glass cube that opens up into the amazingly lush rooftop garden. The large rooftop space is clad in wooden flooring and surrounded with greenery at every corner.

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Photography by Ari Burling