Look inside the gilded penthouse the could set a new record for Manhattan's most expensive co-op

Sherry-NetherlandBrown Harris StevensThe 18th floor apartment comes with a $US57,000 per month fee for all of its white glove service.

A penthouse apartment in one of Manhattan’s toniest residential hotels has hit the market for an asking price that could set a new record for the city’s most expensive co-op ever sold, according to The Real Deal.

The apartment is a seven-bedroom, full floor space in the historic Sherry Netherland Hotel overlooking Central Park. It was originally listed in 2012 with an ask of $US95 million and spent three long years languishing on the market.

Liberty Travel co-founder Gilbert Haroche finally sold it to an unnamed Chinese buyer for $US67 million last year. That mystery buyer is now flipping the hotel co-op for a near $US20 million profit. Kathleen Sloane of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.

Keep scrolling to see inside the $US86 million penthouse.

Every day is like a vacation when your house comes with daily housekeeping and turndown service, a 24-hour concierge, and room service.

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But you'll have to pay for all that white glove service -- $57,000 per month, to be exact. The service fee is included in the asking price.

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For those nights when room service won't do, the kitchen is up to professional standards.

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Though the apartment is on the 18th floor of a 38-story building, it's not lacking in outdoor space.

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There are three separate terraces surrounding the full-floor apartment, most with gorgeous Central Park views.

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The listing calls the apartment a 'fulfillment of a lifestyle dream.' We'd have to agree.

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