The solarium in this $12.7 million Carnegie Hill co-op is more like a rooftop glass castle.

The master bedroom in this $65K per month Upper East Side townhouse rental has a solarium with a marble floor and custom shades. It faces south, so you can treat your Seasonal Affective Disorder all day.

This $3.4 million Upper West Side condo has a living room with fireplace and a solarium wall leading to a private garden. You can warm by the fire and snooze in the afternoon sun.

The spacious solarium in this $3.6 million Chelsea condo has a pitched roof and heated floor.

This $2.1 million Upper East Side co-op has a combo bedroom-solarium. You can wake up with the sun or stargaze at night. Or maybe just moon-gaze--stars rarely come out in NYC.

This $17.2 million Lenox Hill co-op has a breakfast room with a solarium-like area at one end.

You can dine al fresco in February. This $1.2 million Lenox Hill co-op has a sprawling terrace, part of which is enclosed in a heated solarium.

The glass-enclosed solarium in this $3.5 million Turtle Bay condo has heating and air conditioning…you'll never be bothered by the elements again.

This $25K per month Sutton Place condo has a sitting area in the sunroom.

There's a 240-square-foot solarium leading to a private landscaped garden in this $4.4 million Yorkville townhouse .

This $14.9 million SoHo co-op has a roof-top sunroom with wood floors and private terrace. You can use it as a home-office or an event space (or move your bed up there).

Winter sucks. Between the layers, the slush and salt on the sidewalks, and the frigid temperatures, you may despair of ever leaving the house again. But what if you could enjoy sunlight without the risk of frostbite? We've rounded up a winter crop of apartments that feature glass-enclosed rooms--a.k.a. solariums--that will surely alleviate your Seasonal Affective Disorder.

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