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A New York City penthouse located above Madison Square Park which comes with furniture from Gianni Versace’s personal collection has hit the market for $10million.

The property comes with 3,500 square feet of interior space and features herringbone hardwood floors, a private elevator and walls of windows that connect to a 364-square-foot terrace- the size of most apartments in the city.

The duplex unit in the trendy NoMad neighborhood offers stunning views of the New York Life building’s gilded roof, the Metropolitan Life clock tower and the iconic Flatiron building.

It is described as a ‘townhouse-in-the-sky’ and is made up of four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and boasts sprawling living spaces.

And the sale includes furniture owned by the late Versace which the owner purchased in a Sotheby’s auction shortly after the fashion designer was murdered in Miami in 1997.

The library inside the New York City penthouse above Madison Square Park listed for $10million comes with furniture from Gianni Versace's personal collection

The library inside the New York City penthouse above Madison Square Park listed for $10million comes with furniture from Gianni Versace’s personal collection

It is described as a ‘townhouse-in-the-sky’ is made up of four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and sprawling living spaces

It is described as a ‘townhouse-in-the-sky’ is made up of four bedrooms, three-and-a-half bathrooms and sprawling living spaces

The ‘great room’ is built for entertaining guests and the 364-square-foot terrace offers space for activities overlooking the city in the summer

The ‘great room’ is built for entertaining guests and the 364-square-foot terrace offers space for activities overlooking the city in the summer

The penthouse also has built-in shelving, an eat-in kitchen and a gallery hall

The penthouse also has built-in shelving, an eat-in kitchen and a gallery hall

Gianni Versace (pictured) had a fortune worth $500million thanks to his luxury Versace label and the contents of his Mediterranean-style mansion on Miami beach

Gianni Versace (pictured) had a fortune worth $500million thanks to his luxury Versace label and the contents of his Mediterranean-style mansion on Miami beach 

The Italian fashion designer had a fortune worth $500million thanks to his luxury label Versace and the contents of his Mediterranean-style mansion on Miami beach that were auctioned off in 2001.

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His distinctive furniture, artwork, and decorative objects generated more than $2.7million.

The owner of this New York penthouse, located on the top two floors, purchased some of the rare furniture for around $50,000, including opulent couches, chairs, tables and rugs.

Versace’s furniture features heavily throughout the unit’s nine rooms although there is an option to purchase the property unfurnished if you want a more modern style.

They are in theme with the fashion designer’s garish style and are decorated with cheetah prints, the Medusa logo and gold hues.

The penthouse has built-in shelving, an eat-in kitchen, a gallery hall, and a library.

On the upper level, there is an owners’ suite which has an 80-foot-long wraparound terrace which offers stunning views of the city and a spa bath and a walk-in closet.

There is an extra bedroom on the same floor which the listing says can serve as an office, nursery, gym, or a luxurious dressing room.

The duplex unit offers stunning views of the New York Life building’s gilded roof, the Metropolitan Life clock tower and the iconic Flatiron building

The duplex unit offers stunning views of the New York Life building’s gilded roof, the Metropolitan Life clock tower and the iconic Flatiron building

It has walls of windows that connect to a 364-square-foot terrace- the size of most apartments in the city

It has walls of windows that connect to a 364-square-foot terrace- the size of most apartments in the city

The property's enclosed eat-in kitchen, which can be easily transformed into an open-concept, accommodates dinner for up to 12 people

The property’s enclosed eat-in kitchen, which can be easily transformed into an open-concept, accommodates dinner for up to 12 people 

On the upper level, there is an owners’ suite which has an 80-foot-long wraparound terrace which offers stunning views of the city and a spa bath and a walk-in closet

On the upper level, there is an owners’ suite which has an 80-foot-long wraparound terrace which offers stunning views of the city and a spa bath and a walk-in closet

There is an extra bedroom on the upper floor which the listing says can serve as an office, nursery, gym, or a luxurious dressing room

There is an extra bedroom on the upper floor which the listing says can serve as an office, nursery, gym, or a luxurious dressing room

Down the gallery hall there are two more bedrooms with en-suite baths and a large laundry room

Down the gallery hall there are two more bedrooms with en-suite baths and a large laundry room

The ‘great room’ is built for entertaining guests and the 364-square-foot terrace offers space for activities overlooking the city in the summer.

The currently enclosed eat-in kitchen, which can be easily transformed into an open-concept, accommodates dinner for up to 12 people.

And down the gallery hall, two more bedrooms with en-suite baths and a large laundry room.

There is a full-time doorman in the apartment building which is close to Michelin-starred restaurants, the new Ritz-Carlton, Eataly and many outdoor spaces.

Aaron Seawood and Andrew Pritchard of The Agency are the listing agents for the property.

Versace was assassinated outside his Miami Beach mansion on July 15, 1997, aged 50, by Andrew Cunanan who killed five people over three months. 

Versace was assassinated outside his Miami Beach mansion on July 15, 1997, aged 50, by Andrew Cunanan who killed five people over three months

Versace was assassinated outside his Miami Beach mansion on July 15, 1997, aged 50, by Andrew Cunanan who killed five people over three months

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