Among the hidden treasures of New York are the Gothic penthouses of limestone and brick at the top of Tudor City’s towers, a garden-like refuge only a few blocks from Grand Central Terminal. Surrounded by terra cotta terraces lined with stone pillars topped with griffins and gargoyles, these iconic East Side apartments rarely come on the market. But now the largest of the penthouses is up for sale. It is a duplex on the 22nd floor of 5 Tudor City Place. With terraces featuring gothic statues of exotic creatures, it provided the stage for scenes from Woody Allen’s Bullets Over Broadway, and can be glimpsed in The Godfather: Part III as Al Pacino playing Michael Corleone has a heart-to heart with his daughter, played by Sofia Coppola.It commands some of the East Side’s most stunning views. On one terrace, a larger-than-life goat holds a shield and looks out on the Secretariat Building of the United Nations, with the East River and the Queensboro Bridge beyond. Another terrace faces the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building to the west. The apartment has a fireplace, two-bedroom suites and terraces with roughly 1,900 square feet of outdoor space.Inside, there is approx. 3,000 square feet, showcasing a 28-foot-wide octagonal double-height living room with a library at one end and doors opening out to a terrace on the other. A balcony large enough for a small orchestra is now used as an office. This apartment has 18-foot-high ceilings which adds size and dimension to this spectacular Mansion in the Sky.