Succession fans finally have a chance to live like a Roy.
The apartment prominently featured in the critically acclaimed HBO series as Kendall Roy's war room used to plot his revenge against his father, Logan, has hit the market for a whopping $23.35 million. (Kendall is played by Jeremy Strong, while Brian Cox plays Logan.)
Though the luxurious apartment actually belongs to Jeremy's ex-wife Rava Roy (Natalie Gold), Logan's second-oldest child uses the multi-million dollar property for meetings to plan how he'll take over his dad's media empire, with the help of his lawyers, unstable siblings and cousin.
While the apartment may be beloved because of the connection to Succession, it is a one-of-a-kind-property in its own right.
Scroll through to see photos of the mesmerizing space.
The dramatic apartment in the iconic Woolworth Tower is located on the 29th floor and offers five-bedrooms and 4-bathrooms, in addition to two powder rooms, per the Sotheby's International Realty listing.
The apartment, dubbed Pavilion A, offers 6,711-square-feet of living space.
There's no shortage of natural light, as there are six skylights throughout the apartment.
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The impressive primary bathroom with marble floors and walls — in addition to the marble shower and free-standing tub — serves as the perfect oasis after plotting against one's powerful dad, or a hard day at work.
One of the many additional rooms can be transformed into a playroom or gym.
As seen in the Travis Mark interior design photos, the crisp-white chef's kitchen boasts marble countertops, custom cabinetry and a full suite of Miele appliances.
The 2,770-square-foot duplex terrace is the perfect spot for a secret Roy family meeting — or innocent morning coffee.
Proving to be ideal for a happy family or power-hungry media moguls, the apartment offers plenty of sitting rooms for movie nights and business meetings.
The famed spiral staircase is situated at the center of the open-concept floor plan.