Penthouse may refer to:

*"Penthouse" (magazine), a men's magazine
*Penthouse apartment, a special apartment on the top floor of a building
*"Penthouse" (film), a 1933 film starring Warner Baxter and Myrna Loy
*"Penthouse" (album), an album by Luna

Penthouse also refers to a part of a real tennis a/k/a court tennis facility -- specifically:Any of the sloping roofs at the side of a real tennis court.

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