Take a Peek Inside a $20 Million New York City Apartment

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Many Texans couldn’t imagine staying cooped up inside a tiny New York City high-rise, but after watching this video, the big city life doesn’t look so bad. This spacious apartment has several rooms and beautiful views. But of course, you would need about $20 million to pay for it.

ABC News went with real estate broker Fredrik Eklund, star of Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing,” to see inside this incredible apartment. At almost 50 stories high right in the middle of Manhattan, this abode has views reaching all the way to the Statue of Liberty. The kitchen countertops are stunning swipes of black and white, and the bathtub is placed in front of a floor-length window overlooking the city. The unit has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms and takes up the entire floor of the highrise. Imagine having an elevator as your front door!

Not all apartments in NYC reach tens of millions of dollars, but in December 2016, Fortune reported that the average price for buying an apartment in Manhattan went from $1.9 million in 2015 to $2.2 million the following year. The price breakdown comes to about $1,886 a square foot. They say “5,200 people nabbed units at $1 million this year, down from 6,075 in 2015.”