Home of the Week: Our Favorite Home from a TV Show Not Nominated for an Emmy
In our newest ‘Home of the Week’, we deviate from our usual in-depth looks at the most unique and stunning properties on coldwellbanker.com, for a gander at our favorite home from a TV show not nominated for an Emmy.
In our newest ‘Home of the Week‘, we deviate from our usual in-depth looks at the most unique and stunning properties on coldwellbanker.com, for a gander at our favorite home from a TV show not nominated for an Emmy.
With our ‘We Believe‘ campaign hitting the Blue Carpet at the Emmys this Sunday, we wanted to bring an Emmy flavored touch to ‘Home of the Week’. We’ve been catching up on all those old episodes of nominated programs with phenomenal homes in them like Mad Men and Boardwalk Empire; but we felt that one of the sleekest and hippest pads on TV just so happens to be from Emmy snubbed hit “Suits“.
The home of Harvey Specter – the All-Star attorney from Suits who is the “best closer in New York” – is an ultra modern and perfectly designed bachelor pad that would command millions of dollars if it were actually for sale on the New York Market.
Situated perfectly at the very top of a skyscraper in the City that never sleeps, Harvey’s meticulous attention to detail is evident throughout this expertly apportioned home. The property takes full advantage of its privileged position in New York via the floor to ceiling glass walls that let in the priceless skyline views. Reclaimed oak wood floors are the perfect setting for an upscale chefs stainless steel kitchen, wide open loft styled floor plan and a high-end but minimalist decor.
After 20 hour days at the practice he was just made Partner at, I’m sure Harvey relaxes on his magnificent outdoor terrace with unobstructed 360 degree views of the city. The deck features dark oak flooring and a glass outer perimeter that could be scary for the heights adverse; but not to the unflappable Mr. Specter.
What do you think of this penthouse abode in New York? Homes from shows like Downton Abbey are certainly nice, but the simple and sophisticated feel of this New York pad is certainly refreshing. What’s your favorite home from a TV series not nominated for an Emmy?