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Real Estate Porn: Luxe Pads With Killer Closets

Mark Twain said it best: Clothes make the man. But no proper wardrobe would be complete without an equally well-appointed closet in which to house it. We hunted down the poshest mega-closets in the country, and trust us—the guy who lands these investment pieces has it made, indeed. You wish you lived here.

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Location: Swanky penthouse in Dallas
Price: $10,950,000
Size: 11,810 square feet
Key selling points: At long last, someone has discovered how to simulate the chain-retail shopping experience at home. This closet has a long center island to shelter all your foldable apparel, while back-lit hanging spaces display your clothing to its best advantage. It's so realistic, you'll have to resist the impulse to play trendy house music to thump in the background as you browse.
Listing: Alexander Chandler

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Location: Prewar luxury condo in New York City
Price: $7,495,000
Size: 4,000 square feet
Key selling points: This isn't your girlfriend's closet. The spacious wooden room is specifically tailored to store menswear, with a spiral trouser organizer to drape your pants on, double rows of rods at the perfect height to hang an ample collection of sport coats, blazers, and button-down shirts, and plenty of shelving for your cashmere sweaters.
Listing: Corcoran

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Location: Beachfront apartment in Bal Harbour, Florida
Price: $11,500,000
Size: 3,910 square feet
Key selling points: This sartorial sanctuary is so roomy you'll want to wear your comfiest shoes just to walk from one end to the other. But it's worth the trek—there really is a place for everything. Even bulky accessories and extras fit neatly with open shelving that stows what hangers and drawers can't handle.
Listing:
Douglas Elliman

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Location: Contemporary mansion in Scottsdale, Arizona
Price: $3,800,000
Size: 12,960 square feet
Key selling points: While its aesthetic is decidedly more utilitarian than the rest, this dressing room makes other closets look like child's play. The tripartite closetplex is built to accommodate hundreds of pairs of shoes and bags, thousands of articles of clothing, and your office Christmas party. Our advice: Implement the Dewey decimal system if you ever hope to find "that one shirt."
Listing: Joan Levinson

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