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  • Whoever said a rich man couldn’t get into heaven never set foot in this co-op. With a “breathtaking” view of the “steeple of First Presbyterian Church,” you’ll more than atone for your 13-room, $19 million digs.

  • Whoever said a rich man couldn't get into heaven never set foot in this co-op. With a "breathtaking" view of the "steeple of First Presbyterian Church," you'll more than atone for your 13-room, $19 million digs.

    Overweening pride may be a sin, but "over-scaled" rooms are not. Those rooms, according to the Ann Weintraub listing, are also "majestic" and sometimes come in doubles. There are two living rooms (one "formal" and one "informal"), a "double-sized" kitchen and five "plus" bedrooms. We're not actually sure what a "plus" bedroom is, but it sure sounds lavish.

    Even if the apartment's details are "intricate," "beautiful" and "high-quality," you can enjoy them guilt-free. The space is "flooded all day long with marvelous sun and light," which means someone in heaven must be smiling upon it. — William Alden

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