Luxury Apartments That Come With Luxury Cars

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We’ve all seen the celebs walk the red carpet, and have heard about the lavish Oscars swag bags provided to those celebrities. And it’s no secret that those gift bags contain some big-ticket items: jewelry; non-surgical rejuvenation treatments; a voucher to redeem a one-week inclusive stay at a spa, or a voucher to redeem a luxury cruise for two to Iceland, the Galapagos, the Amazon or Central America—with spa treatments and a private chef included. The cheapest item in this year’s Oscars bag was a package of Pepperidge Farm Milanos.

Well, such lavish gifts need not only be made available to celebs these days. Over recent years, the definition of luxury has morphed into including some swanky “extras” in the price of a home. And these “extras” are so extravagant and may, at times, consist of one or two luxury cars, a yacht, personal chef services, or summer vacation stays- all of which are seamlessly pre-negotiated into a home’s final purchase price.

What “extras” would you include in your next luxury home purchase? Dream big because you might just get it. And more.

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Would you ever want to buy a luxury apartment worth millions that also included a Lamborghini for you? There’s nothing you couldn’t include in your home purchase if you were rich, super-rich or obscenely-rich.

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You could live on the 96th floor, have an infinity pool and a slew of amenities in your building. When hungry, you could take a ride in your Ferrari to one of your Michelin-star restaurants, and eat a dinner prepared especially for you. Both your luxury car and dinner at that Michelin-star restaurant have already been incorporated into your home’s purchase price.

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Would you ever want to buy a luxury apartment worth millions that also included a stunning view and a $1M yacht with five years’ docking fees?

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Perhaps you’d prefer two Rolls Royces, and a trip for two included in your penthouse purchase?

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And it doesn’t end there. Penthouse-purchase deals in NYC have been known to include a house in the Hamptons for one summer, a private chef for a year, a butler, season tickets to the Mets, and a construction allowance of $2M for renovations.

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The Gilded Age reigns on and super-luxury buildings are offering more than ever before.

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For those nights that you’d prefer not to have dinner at one of your Michelin-star restaurants, your private chef could happily prepare a feast for you in your luxury kitchen.

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Your personal butler could serve to you a 007 martini without the hassle of your leaving the comforts of your luxurious living room.

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You’d surely sleep soundly because when you would awaken, you’d be living your biggest dream.

 

 

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