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Moving' On Up To That $114M Mansion In The Sky?

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    If Barbie had a Manhattan dream home, it would probably be this insane 20,000 square-foot, 19-room townhouse. The 19th-century mansion was just listed on the market for a whopping $114,077,000 (insert jaw-dropping emoji here). This could be called the Upper East Side's version of the Palace of Versailles — there isn't a luxurious detail spared from the regal space. The six-story manse boasts soaring 32-foot ceilings, Central Park views, multiple fireplaces, and an elevator. Oh, it comes with the general feeling that you've made it in life.

    Sitting at 12 E. 69th Street between Fifth and Madison Avenues, the townhouse is located amongst some of the finest shopping and dining venues in the world. But, why go outside when your home has its own theater, game room, gym, sauna, and indoor pool? And, did we mention the roof deck? There are also more chandeliers and touches of gold and marble than you can even imagine.

    If you're not turning green with envy, take a gander at the photos in the slideshow ahead. But, be warned: The images may make your current digs seems rather drab. (Curbed)

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