• Own This TriBeCa Bachelor Pad with A Giant Skylight for Just $10.6 million

    Real estate prices in New York have skyrocketed so insanely high it’s getting comical. A ground floor apartment in TriBeCa with some unique windows is now on the market for $20.6 million, according to a recent article on Curbed. The converted commercial space’s main selling point is it’s windows from the interior, but step outside and you’ll be in the heart of the most expensive neighborhood in manhattan. The 4,300 square foot condo also boasts an enormous skylight, so you could totally understand the giant listing price. The apartment was converted from commercial space ten years ago when the buyer nabbed it for $1.75 million then renovated the rare ground-floor home at 55 North Moore Street with exposed beam ceilings are rare wood. Esther Lixenberg has the listing.

  • This $85 Million House Comes With Everything, but Your Own Iron Man Suit

    When a mix of artists, architects and real estate moguls got together to build the epitome of SoCal extremist architecture Tony Stark’s now infamous cliffside bachelor pad and the rat pack’s elegant 60’s style played a major influence. Sprinkle on a little James Bond inspired decor and you have yourself an $85 Million humble home to hang your hat in. 1181 Hillcrest is the stuff dreams are made of, set atop all of Los Angeles, it even has a 90210 zip code. Interior Architect Joseph Ferrugio, Real Estate mogul and handbag tycoon Bruce Makowsky with designer Roman James have created what the LA real estate industry have dubbed “the most extreme home in LA.” “We asked ourselves: if the Rat Pack were alive and doing their thing in 2014, how would they live?” The home takes up 23,000-square feet, atop the Trousdale Estates, a location Sinatra and Elvis once lived. 23,000 square feet is a lot of space to fill, which is why there are two themed bars, a few luxury cars and James Dean’s motorcycle, a full scale transformer and a wine room with over 2,500 bottles all included inside the home.

  • Own Prince’s Spanish Bachelor Pad [11 Photos]

    Superstar musician Prince, who currently spends his time suing his fans for millions of dollars for posting 30 year old concert videos, has put his Spanish mansion up for sale. Prince purchased the 6 bedroom, 6 bath house in 1998 as a wedding gift for a now ex-wife. There is a lot less purple velvet than one would expect, and no basketball court, but there is a huge kitchen perfect for making pancakes. Outside you’ll find a tennis court, jacuzzi, and heated pool along with a security system to keep all those pesky fans away. Buy it today on Luxury Estate for the low price of $7.8 million—little red corvette not included.

  • Ecuadorian Bachelor Pad Made From Steel [22 Photos]

    Architects José María Sáez and Daniel Moreno Flores constructed the Algarrobos House in 2011 in Ecuador using steel. 8 identical 18 meter long steel beams placed along the x y z axis frame the house. Identical wood pieces fill in the area and the repetition dilutes the structure so as not to take away from its surroundings. Giant glass panes, many of them movable, complete the structure and offer fantastic panoramas. Reflecting pools on the metal roof truly reflect by mirroring the surrounding landscape. The abstract form is at once a jarring sight in the setting while somehow managing to blend in.

  • New Jersey Beachfront Bachelor Pad Fit For A Mob Boss [22 Photos]

    Are you looking for a fancier place to enjoy your buttered roll and Wawa coffee every morning? If so, then you should give this fine piece of property on New Jersey’s Long Beach Island a look. The 6600 square-foot house features 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms, large exercise room, screen porch with fireplace and wet bar, family room with surround sound, and a bayfront dining area that can seat 20. That’s enough for all your GTL goombahs! There’s also a gunite pool, spa, pool bath and shower, and a dock with 2 boat lifts. The house will run you $5.75 million but will undoubtedly come with a free JWoww or equivalent. 

  • Rent This Bachelor Pad In Thailand

    So you’re planning your vacation to Thailand but you still haven’t found a place to stay. Maybe you should take a look at Villa Amanzi on Kamala beach in Phuket. You get 6 bedrooms, remote controlled blinds and curtains, private staircase to the ocean, fully equipped kitchen with live-in chef, 52-inch television and ping-pong table in the family room, and an infinity pool all for just $2000-$5500 a night for up to 12 guests. That leaves you plenty of money to entertain the ladyboys!

  • Bachelor Pad In Greece That WIll Have You Living A Life Of Leisure

    Today our Greek friends may be celebrating Oxi Day, but you’ll want to say “nai” to this bachelor pad (learn some Greek, I assure you it’s clever you cretins).  The Plane House by K Studio is located on Banana Beach on the Greek island of Skiathos. Taking total advantage of the geography, you can sunbathe on the deck or relax in the shade and let the breeze blowing over the perfectly placed pool cool you off. And with a 270 degree of the coast, it’s the perfect place to sip on an Ouzo and wonder what all the poor people are doing. 

  • Badass Tribeca Bachelor Pad With A Hot Tub

    Hey rich people, before you throw all your money at the Twitter IPO next month, take a look at this Tribeca penthouse, a steal at just $6 million. You get 3 bedrooms, a  private elevator entrance, a balcony, and a green rooftop terrace. Perfect for parties, the terrace has an in-ground jacuzzi, and lounge seating from which your guests can take in the awesome view. Just make sure to invite us to the housewarming, since we helped you find the place. Don’t worry, we’re not bums, we’ll bring a six-pack (domestic).

  • Unbelievable $49.5 Million Tribeca Bachelor Pad

    The richest people in the world all want to live in New York City which causes prices for luxury real estate to skyrocket. This extravagant Tribeca apartment is a prime example. With huge ceilings, a rooftop garden, a large basketball court, library and much more this apartment has it all.

  • $13 Million Beverly Hills Bachelor Pad

    Do you have $13 million laying around? If the answer is “yes” and you’re looking for a house with cutting-edge design featuring retractable walls and glass doors that create the quintessential indoor-outdoor California lifestyle than this Beverly Hills estate is for you. This home incorporates bold natural materials of redwood, limestone, oak and Bouquet Canyon stone. Designed for large scale entertaining, the high ceilings, large rooms and ample natural light create the perfect atmosphere for displaying an expansive art collection… that will will surely acquire with all those hundreds dollar bills burning a hole in your pocket. Stunning living room with fireplace and large formal dining room with unique sculptured ceiling. Family room with second fireplace, breakfast room, and gourmet kitchen. Master suite with sitting room, his and hers’ marble bathrooms and large closets. There are three additional bedrooms, office, gym and art storage room. Gorgeous backyard with swimmers’ pool, spa and large grassy lawn. Gated for the utmost privacy.

  • The 25 Most Impressive Bachelor Pads In America Revealed

    Men’s Health recently released a list of the 25 manliest homes in the United States. While the image of a “manly” home may evoke visions of a gym in every room, beer fridges everywhere and giant flatscreen television sets showing nothing but porn 24/7, according to Meg Caswell, host of the DIY Network’s Meg’s Great Rooms, there’s far more to a mancave than meets the eye. “Masculine design can be seen in textures, colors and materials used,” she explains in Men’s Health.

  • Amazing Oceanfront Bachelor Pad In Cape Town [22 Photos]

    Clifton View 7 in Cape Town, South Africa is a two-story contemporary apartment that hangs on a cliff overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. When you’re standing on the balcony of Clifton View 7 two things will come to mind…the Twelve Apostles mountain range off in the distance looks beautiful today, should I go hiking or just lounge in my infinity pool?  The layout features four bedrooms, a gym, cocktail bar, movie theater, wine cellar and an extensive terrace. Luxury living at it’s best.

  • Industrial Brazilian Bachelor Pad Brings Outdoor Elements Inside

    Welcome to the “Maracanã House” in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The bachelor pad, built by Terra E Tuma Architects, was built mainly of concrete blocks and left large opening so natural outdoor elements could be brought inside through the vast open spaces. The interior design of the home features pops of color and rich woods that bring warmth to the interior and make it all feel like home. The open floor plan also make it an optimal location for a World Cup or Summer Olympics viewing party with your friends.

  • $30 Million NYC Bachelor Pad Fit For A President

    If you’re in the market for a top notch New York City bachelor pad with a patriotic history look no further. This is one of the most impressive pieces of real estate available in The Big Apple. 80 Washington Place in Greenwich Village was built in 1839 but was recently renovated into a stunning masterpiece of fine design elements ranging from wooden floors, stone walls, and exposed brick. Famed composer and conductor John Philip Sousa owned the house in the early 1900’s. Quick history crash course, Sousa wrote patriotic hits as “Semper Fidelis,” the official march of the Marines, and “The Stars and Stripes Forever,” our nation’s national march. Feel free to bust out this trivia fact when you hold a $5,000-a-plate fund raiser for Chris Christie’ 2016 Presidential campaign. The house hit the market for $31.5 million in June 2012, making it the most expensive townhouse for sale in Greenwich Village, but the sky-high price was lowered to $29.9 million earlier this month. What a steal! Still an outrageous number, but if you can afford this 5-story gem with a 360 degree view from the roof it would make for some epic cocktail parties.        

  • $7 Million Beverly Hills Bachelor Pad That Could House A Ron Burgundy-esque Pool Party

    For the low, low price of $6,995,000 you can one a slice of heaven in extravagant Beverly Hill. Ok, so that price isn’t low at all, but this four bedroom, four and a half bathroom residence is a contemporary masterpiece. The floors are gleaming porcelain tile and Brazilian walnut through-out, and the living space was designed to entertain with a large kitchen, lounge area and swimming pool. Add a diving board to the pool and you can do all the cannonballs you want. See more at 1060WoodlandDrive.com >>

  • Cliff Hanging Bachelor Pad In The Hollywood Hills [25 Photos]

    This $9.9 million, 13699 sq. ft. Hollywood Hills mansion has unobstructed views of Los Angeles and beyond. If you like throwing swanky parties the dramatic open plan is perfect for entertaining. Features include “museum style walls” to showcase distinguished art, a gourmet top-of-the-line kitchen, great room with stone fireplace, ultra luxurious master suite with soaking tub, media room with aquarium style pool, European cabinetry, custom built fixtures and advanced technology with one touch system. And as if all that wasn’t enough this triumph to modern architecture is perfect for enjoying the Southern California lifestyle, with it’s infinity edge pool, sitting area with fire pit, exterior dining pavilion and landscaped grounds for privacy. Buy it now: $9,950,000

  • Bachelor Pad On Top Of The Andes Mountains [25 HQ Photos]

    The Kübler House incorporates outdoor landscape in the households daily life and also offers impressive views of the Andes Mountains. The interior spaces are centered around an outdoor patio that dominates the landscape. The barbecue area and the swimming pool are incorporated into the space creating a wonderful mountain top bachelor pad.  

  • An Outdoor Lounge Paradise In Tepoztlán, Mexico [14 Photos]

    In our eyes nothing is better than outdoor lounging and Cadaval & Sola-Morales of Barcelona, Spain has built a bachelor pad space that blends indoor and outdoor lifestyle better than we’ve seen in a while. Whether you’re mixing drinks at the outdoor bar or catching some rays in the heated wading pool, this is living. To take the cake Tepoztlán is like the Hoboken, NJ of Mexico, kind of like a college town for young professionals looking to work hard and play hard. View Larger Map Source: inthralld

  • San Francisco Warehouse Converted Into Ultimate Bachelor Pad [25 Photos]

    HiConsumption said it right, “Quite possibly one of the most amazing bachelor pads we have ever seen, this San Francisco based home has everything a man could want and need, right down to a basketball court in the living room.” The 5,000 square foot warehouse turned bachelor pad has hardwood floors throughout, massive 30 foot exposed timber beams along with white washed ceilings, multiple skylights including a massive 16×20 foot retractable center skylight, jacuzzi on the roof and of course the basketball court. [Hat tip: HiConcumption and Inthralld]


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