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Rihanna’s Stylish Four-Bedroom Penthouse Duplex In New York Up For Sale At A Staggering $17Million

Proud tenant: The Bajan beauty, 29, has been renting the apartment for an eye-watering $50,000-a-month from French fashion photographer Antoine Verglas for four years, since she moved to Manhattan from Los Angeles in 2013Rihanna‘s lavish four-bedroom penthouse duplex in New York has been listed for a staggering $16.9million.

The Bajan beauty, 29, has been renting the apartment for an eye-watering $50,000-a-month from French fashion photographer Antoine Verglas for four years, since she moved to Manhattan from Los Angeles in 2013.

The huge 4,660-square-feet flat boasts an expansive terrace, chef’s kitchen and views of the iconic Empire State Building from the bathroom.Quite the abode! Rihanna's lavish four-bedroom penthouse duplex in New York has been listed for a staggering $16.9millionImpressive: The huge 4,660 square feet pad boasts an expansive wraparound terrace, chef's kitchen and views of the iconic Empire State Building from the bathroom. Pictured, the master bedroom Spacious: A secure, key-lock elevator opens into an immense, concrete floored L-shaped living, dining and entertaining space on the penthouse's upper floorBetter have my money! The star started out paying $39,000-a-month for the flat, which has since climbed to a whopping $50,000. Pictured, the block's lobbyWhat a view: The corner master suite boasts a large bedroom with open city views to the north and west, a walk-in closet and a bathroom with a glass-enclosed shower and a tub set below a window with views to the Empire State Building

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