Victor Hugo’s “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”, Quasimodo, lived in a Paris bell tower. Now, in a 21st Century fashion, you can now live similarly, albeit more stylishly in the Clock Tower Building in Dumbo, New York.
Notably more stylish than the digs than the Parisian outcast had to endure, this stunning triplex penthouse has views of both the Brooklyn Bridge and New York Harbor and is likely to sell for a price in the vicinity of $25 million US.
Maximizing what it a magnificent example of architecture, there’s 3,000 square foot first floor features a huge living area, plus dining room and kitchen plus 16 foot high ceilings.
Take your pick of walking up the floating staircase or traveling in the glass walled elevator to either of the three bedrooms on the second level or up to the 988 square foot loft on the top floor.
One things for sure, being surrounded by four working clocks encased in 14 foot high round windows, you’re unlikely to ever lose track of time.