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Check It Out: An Old Clock Tower Converted Into a Penthouse

This home is not just beautiful outside, it has stunning interiors, too!

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Photography: New York Post (Main Photo)

For most people, a house is simply a structure with sturdy walls and a roof that can protect your head from the elements—however, there are a handful who like to raise the bar in creating personal spaces. 

A good case in point is the triplex penthouse that sits on top of the Clocktower Condominium in Brooklyn. An industrial-turned-residential building with show-stopping details, its most distinct feature are the 14-feet high, working, glass clocks that give dwellers an unparalleled 360-degree view of the entire city.


From the inside, this 6,813sqft. (633sqm) property is just as stunning—it has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a spacious kitchen, plus bright, airy living and dining areas that are perfect for entertaining friends or family. 


Aside from the enormous clocks, the house has very large windows that allow sunlight to pour into the house, balancing out the look and giving it an airy atmosphere. It doesn’t stop there; the house has a glass elevator in the middle that lets you to apprerciate the high ceilings and hardwood floors.

Take a tour of this gorgeous New York home here: 

PHOTOS and SOURCES: New York Post (Main) | Corcoran (Corcoran Group Real Estate) | Bored Panda

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