A home doesn’t have to be expensive to be beautiful or homey. Instead, your home should reflect your tastes, personality, and most importantly, your budget. But hey, that doesn’t mean we can’t look at some of the most expensive homes in North America, right? Take a cue from these homes and hire a general contractor to retrofit your home with some of these cool features!
Duplex Penthouse in New York – $75 Million
There’s a reason why this home has such a hefty price tag. This penthouse resides in The Ritz-Carlton Battery Park and looks down on the Financial District. It’s two penthouses being sold as one unit. It features beautiful floors, stunning views of the city and very ornate light fixtures accompanied by pot lights.
Again, you don’t have to have a lot of money to have a beautiful home. What can you take away from this place? The beautiful lighting – contact an electrician to have your home retrofitted with pot lights.
Full-floor Penthouse on Park Avenue – $76.5 Million
Imagine walking down Park Avenue in New York and stumbling across this building. The building itself (and the penthouse) featured 10 by 10 floor-to-ceiling windows and 12.5 foot ceilings. These features make for a grand home, one that’ll make your visitors’ jaws drop.
Maybe your home isn’t big enough to have ceiling to floor windows, but that doesn’t mean you can’t renovate your home to have beautiful windows. Invest in a window project and transform your home. Use our directory to find a window contractor who can help.
Home in the Hamptons – $85 Million
The Villa Maria features 15 acres of lush land. The 22,000 square-foot property was built at the turn of the century and can serve as a beautiful oasis for anyone who can afford expensive homes like this one.
At eieihome.com, we don’t believe a hefty price tag is the key to turning a house into a home. Rather, it’s about hiring a group of trusted professionals who can help you transform your home into the space you want it to be. A home renovation project as simple as new windows, or even having a general contractor make structural changes to your home to have higher ceilings.
No matter what work you’re doing to your home, we recommend you always stick to your budget!
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This article was originally featured on the Digital Trends website.