This $18 million, 14,000-square-foot waterfront mansion is one of New York City's most unique properties, and also one of the priciest in all of Brooklyn.
The mega-home will be featured in an upcoming episode of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich, " where you can get the exclusive, all-access tour.
Let's take a look inside.
The modern residence is outfitted with 80 windows, ensuring each and every room has premium views. The finishes in its seven bedrooms and 12 baths include 15 types of Italian marble.
But the real showstopper is the grand staircase and massive front doors, both crafted from Bulgarian bronze.
"Over four tons of bronze was brought in for this house," says broker Brett Miles of Douglas Elliman.
Four bespoke chandeliers are suspended over the giant dining room table. The owner of the residence fell in love with the Swarovski-crystal-clad lighting fixtures after a night out in Manhattan.
"The owner first saw them at the Metropolitan Opera and she had to have them," Miles says on "Secret Lives of the Super Rich." "So this is the only home that you can see them outside of the opera."
Upstairs, the mansion has a million-dollar meditation room, which boasts seating for 10 under a glass skydome. The walls are adorned with fine stonework and hand-painted signs of the zodiac, illuminated by shimmering wall lights.
Outside, you'll find a 55,000-gallon swimming pool, a waterside party pavilion and a private three-boat marina.
For the well-heeled buyer who needs room to spare, the owner bought the mansion next door and converted it into an 8,000 square foot guest house too.
Watch a new episode of CNBC's "Secret Lives of the Super Rich, " Thursday at 10P/ET.
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