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Pharrell Williams' Gorgeous Luxury Penthouse Could be Yours for $10.9 million (16 pics)

Posted in Random » Wow   6 Nov 2015   / 3893 views

Pharrell’s stunning Miami penthouse has been on the market for two years already but no one has snapped it up yet. The price has dropped from $16.8 million in  2012 to a measly $10.9 million today.


Pharrell Williams' penthouse definitely feels like his. The first thing you notice when you walk into the grand cathedral-like living room is the art on the walls by his favorite artists.
Throughout the apartment, you'll find art from KAWS, Takashi Murakami, Kidrobot, Keith Haring, and Andy Warhol.

Pop art lines the hallways.

The kitchen, however, is a little more pedestrian. However, it does have two refrigerators and a chef's stove.

The penthouse has an almost completely open floor plan, with 30-foot ceilings and a huge second floor balcony. It supposedly has an "opposite fishbowl effect," which means you can see out of the apartment, but no one can see in from outside.

The second floor has plenty of space for recreational activities, including pool.

A spiral staircase leads to a third floor.

There's even space for a library, complete with chairs whose legs resemble human arms.

A private screening room with plush leather seating is also on the list of amenities.

The master bedroom opens up to a private terrace.

The master bath includes a Jacuzzi tub positioned next to plate glass windows for a great view while bathing.

There are five bedrooms in total.

The outdoor spaces are incredibly scenic and large, with 5,000 square feet of outdoor space in total.

There's even a rooftop Jacuzzi.

There are beautiful views of the Miami skyline.

You can also catch a glimpse of the sandy Miami beaches, since the building sits right on the water's edge.

Comments (1):

ejazzyjeff 3 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
Yet he goes around preaching about global warming. That place probably produces more carbon in one week, than a regular average house does in a year.