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5 custom walk-in closets the size of a respectable studio apartment

This California Closet—complete with key-lock drawers for jewels—within a three-bedroom, three and a half-bath loft at 25 Bond Street (priced at $11.495 million) is almost too beautiful to clutter up with all your wardrobe essentials.

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So deprived are New Yorkers of proper closets that pretty much any space that’s been outfitted with a hanging bar and a couple of built-in shelves is cause for delight, which is why a custom-designed walk-in wardrobe elicits such a thrill. Here are five spacious spaces we would snap up in a second:

Shoe designer Tamara Mellon once lived in this duplex penthouse at 3 East 95th Street (for rent at $60,000/month), which explains the sensational walk-in closet with enough space for many seasons’ worth of footwear.

In Park Slope, a restored Romanesque Revival townhouse at 838 Carroll Street (on the market for $12.75 million) includes a full-floor master suite with a custom walk-through dressing room connecting the bedroom and sitting room.

You get two enormous custom-fitted walk-in closets/dressing rooms for the price of one in the master suite of this five-story red brick townhouse at 16 East 69th Street (renting for $95,000/month).

Who needs a chest of drawers when you have a custom-designed TransFrom closet system, like the one in the master bedroom of this two-bedroom, two-bath loft at 114 Mercer Street (yours for $3.495 million).

 

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