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Inside Lewis Hamilton’s £37m New York penthouse with indoor pool and three floors as F1 star sells pad without moving in

LEWIS HAMILTON sold his incredible £37m New York penthouse before moving in.

NS seven times Formula 1 world champion, 36, topped off her three-story penthouse in Tribeca – a building that was previously home to The Weeknd, Justin Timberlake, Harry Styles, Jake Gyllenhaal and Rebel Wilson.

Hamilton's beautiful penthouse has stunning city views

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Hamilton’s beautiful penthouse has stunning city viewsCredit: refer to footnote
The luxurious bedrooms are something to behold

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The luxurious bedrooms are something to beholdCredit: refer to footnote
It also has a beautiful swimming pool to enjoy

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It also has a beautiful swimming pool to enjoyCredit: refer to footnote
A gym is also available in the incredible penthouse

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A gym is also available in the incredible penthouseCredit: refer to footnote
Hamilton is on a sensational run as he won the last three F1 races

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Hamilton is on a sensational run as he won the last three F1 racesCredit: Getty

Hamilton, who also has a £18 million London mansion and a Monte Carlo retreat, owns another New York penthouse in the same building as the NFL star. brave cat.

But the one he’s selling is absolutely stunning as it has three floors – including a glass-walled terrace.

It measures 8,900 square feet and has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, and two dressing rooms.

The penthouse is also dotted with an incredible array of additions.

These include a private outdoor plunge pool, a library with a gas fireplace, and a chef’s kitchen.

There is also a private internal elevator to help you navigate the huge complex.

Hamilton never even moved to the rooftop

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Hamilton never even moved to the rooftopCredit: refer to footnote
The winding staircase takes you through three floors

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The winding staircase takes you through three floorsCredit: refer to footnote
The building where the penthouse is located has seen some A-list celebrities live there

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The building where the penthouse is located has seen some A-list celebrities live thereCredit: refer to footnote

The place was initially put on the market for £42.98 million but ended up selling for £37 million with buyers hiding their identities in a Seattle-based snail shell company.

Hamilton is currently focused on trying Win the fifth consecutive F1 drivers championship as he prepares for the final race of the season.

Incredibly, the British are LEVEL on points with title competitor Max Verstappen advance to the all-win finale in Abu Dhabi.

The title appeared to have slipped from Hamilton’s hands at the start of the season when Mercedes couldn’t live up to Red Bull’s breakneck pace.

But the defending champions have started back at it with three straight wins in Brazil, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

He is currently the favorite player to win a record eighth championship.

If he wins the title this Sunday in the Middle East, Hamilton will be ahead of seven-time champion Michael Schumacher.


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The Stevenage-born racer became a world champion for the first time in 2008 while driving for McLaren.

He then won two other championships in 2014 and 2015 before Mercedes teammate Nico Rosberg took him to the 2016 championship.

But since then Hamilton has won his last four titles and is aiming for a fifth straight win this Sunday.

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