by Nina Golgowski Daily Mail
A 67th floor waterfront condo for sale overlooking Chicago’s Lake Michigan boasts unbelievable views and high-end luxury — and that’s just in the garage.
Hiding behind two ordinary doors, the condo’s included 12-car garage converted into a Ferrari-themed showroom and entertainment space is seen sheltering four Ferraris, two Porsches and an Austin Healy.
Rolled across bright red lacquered floors, the red and white vintage sports cars are just the accessories of a 2,700-square-foot heated showroom featuring track lighting, heating, and even a bar.
Secret doors: Opening up the garage doors to this 2,700-square-foot room, residents step into a heated 12-car converted Ferrari-themed showroom featuring track lighting and a bar
Prize: Carefully painted in red and yellow, the showroom luxuriously wraps around the six vintage sports cars
Asking price: Though the cars are not listed as being included with the property, if one would like the garage on its own it can be purchased separately for $2.2million
Entertainment: Within the converted garage are Italian leather seats set up around a flat screen TV, if guests find there’s not enough to see
Man cave: The bar area is set up in the back corner around motor memorabilia
Listed all together for $3.4 million in Lake Point Tower – cars regrettably not listed as included – the upstairs, while slightly-smaller, is of course another heavy feature to note.
Spanning 2,500-square feet, the one-bedroom features a shared living and dining room beside an open-walled kitchen.
Though the interior is for the most part washed in a simple white, from the carpets to the walls and ceiling, the encompassing birds-eye views of Lake Michigan and Chicago’s skyline provide it with any livening spice needed.
Building amenities include a private park, health club, restaurant, and grocery.
Views: Located on the 67th floor of Chicago’s Lake Point Tower, centre, the upstairs condo features spectacular views of Lake Michigan as well as Chicago’s surrounding skyline
Diner and a show: The shared living and dining room are seen overlooking a glowing downtown Chicago landscape
Attraction: The one-bedroom is primarily washed in pure white but in result causing its featured artwork and surrounding cityscape to pop in vibrancy