Step Inside A Billionaire's Sky-High Manhattan Penthouse

This ultra luxurious penthouse in Manhattan belongs to an extremely private billionaire.

The 18,000-square-foot apartment, located a whopping 90 stories high, was recently redesigned by ODA Architecture. It contains nearly every amenity you can think of, including a sculpture garden with a 30-foot water wall and reflection pool, a game room, a day spa, and a recording studio, according to ODA.

The penthouse’s extensive renovations reportedly took ODA four years to complete.

The foyer sets an elegant tone that continues throughout the house.

This seating area is one of many rooms in the penthouse with stunning views.

The high ceilings in the living room make the area feel extra spacious.

And check out the beautiful chandelier hanging above.

The cooking possibilities are endless in this massive Italian kitchen.

If you're hosting a group of guests, this is the perfect spot for dinner.

Then serve them cocktails at this chic bar.

The wine cellar can hold up to 2,000 bottles.

This island is the perfect spot to enjoy an afternoon snack.

Get your game on at the pool table.

Or sit back and watch a movie on the big screen.

This listening room also contains a recording studio.

Wind down on this bedroom's couch before getting into bed for the night.

You'll never run out of room for your clothes in this walk-in closet.

This is one of 12 bathrooms in the home.

Check out the stunning walls in this bathroom.

Take a bath to relax after a long day.

This library is so picturesque -- it looks like something out of a movie.

This is definitely the best spot in the penthouse to read a book.

Located 90 stories above Manhattan, this penthouse offers views of the city and beyond.

How does that stack up against America's priciest homes?

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