At the start of Succession’s third season, Kendall Roy waltzes into the home of his estranged wife, Rava, and executes a somewhat hostile takeover of the premises. Viewers who managed not to be too distracted by the Trojan horse, (probably not poisonous) doughnuts, or high-stakes sibling spats have likely spent some time admiring the setting itself—a gleaming, gluttonously spacious apartment big enough for a tween to have her own ensuite bathroom.

Who but the Roys could afford to purchase such a palace in the middle of Manhattan? As Town & Country reports, anybody with about $23 million to blow: The apartment exists in the real world, and it’s currently on sale for just over that amount.

The 6711-square-foot loft boasts a lot more than central air conditioning and an in-unit washer and dryer. You’ll get six skylights, five bedrooms, four full bathrooms (plus two partial ones), a 52-foot-long great room, access to a pool, and an extra 2770 square feet in the form of an outdoor terrace. The Sotheby’s listing also mentions “custom Dada cabinetry crafted by the Molteni group,” “a full suite of Miele appliances,” and a number of other phrases that may evoke a Pavlovian response in the salivary glands of the one percent.

Cousin Greg (Nicholas Braun) and Rava Roy (Natalie Gold) in season 3, episode 2.David Russell/HBO

The location has helped inflate the price tag, too. The pad is on the 29th floor of the Woolworth Building, a historic Tribeca skyscraper built for retailer Frank Woolworth in 1913. But you won’t have to worry about any issues that usually come with a century-old abode—this particular place is one of 32 new lofts designed by architect Thierry Despont only six years ago.

If you’d like to see it for yourself, you can get in touch with the realtors here. And if you happen upon a bottle of wine during your visit, make sure it wasn’t a cherished gift from anybody’s godfather before you open it.

[h/t Town & Country]

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