HBO's Succession does a pretty good job of painting a dim view of privilege, at the same time making it seem all the more desirable. The story of power struggle within the fictional Roy family has enraptured many, set against the glamorous backdrop of some of the most exclusive offices, apartments and executive Enclaves in New York.
Now, a chance to own one of the actual properties featured in the show has emerged: a stunning $10 million condo owned in the show by Kendall Roy, the middle son of media mogul Logan and presumptive heir to his throne.
Standing in the historic New York borough of Tribeca, the condo rests within building known as the Cast Iron House, built and named for the material that makes up a ornate, neoclassical, cast-iron façade that rests on the front of the building.A four-bedroom, three-bathroom corner duplex, it spans two levels and makes up one of just 12 other properties in the building.
An ode to classic design with a modern twist, the apartment is lined with oak plank floors and boasts a living room with a double-height ceiling. This leads seamlessly into a freshly redesigned kitchen with lacquer cabinetry, Bianco Oro marble countertops, Dornbracht fixtures and Gaggenau appliances. The bedrooms rest on the upper level and include a sweeping master suite with a walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom.
The realtors also state that the duplex comes equipped with "private storage, a 24-hour doorman, fitness center by the Wright Fit, dance/yoga studio, hydrotherapy spa, treatment room, steam/sauna room, resident lounge, children's playroom, bicycle storage and courtyard."
You can check out more images of the condo below. The property is up for sale now through Douglas Elliman Real Estate. In more famous pads, the first design plans for a luxury apartment block designed by Pharrell have surfaced.