For New Yorkers who never cook, the longtime hack is storing out-of-season clothing in the oven. Other cheap solutions for lack of closet space include under-bed storage, fabric wardrobe closets and renting outside storage space.

But the fact remains that for many residents of the five boroughs there never seems to be enough closet space — especially in this fashion-forward city.

There are the lucky few, however, that don’t need to move to the suburbs to find the walk-in-closet of their dreams. Here are three apartments with plenty of room for a massive wardrobe and more.

400 East 51st St., 3E

This three-bedroom, three-bath condo located at the Grand Beekman and listed for $3.1 million, has “abundant closet space,” according to its listing. That space includes California closets and a custom designed walk-in closet in the master bedroom. There is also a Juliet balcony in the master bedroom with floor-to-ceiling glass doors.

132 Perry St., 5

“Tremendous” doesn’t even begin to describe the size of the master closet in this West Village loft. The space could easily be mistaken for a bedroom if it wasn’t for the built-ins.

Its size is no surprise, as the $30,000 a month rental is 3,200 square feet and takes up a full floor. The four-bedroom home is “peppered with closets” and also includes 12-foot ceilings, a key-lock elevator, terrace, Juliet balconies and formal dining room.

130 W. 12th St., 2A

At more than 2,800 square feet, this Greenwich Village home has the complete master suite. It includes a step-down bedroom, fully outfitted walk-in closet and bathroom with radiant-heated floors.

One of the additional bedrooms features a sliding wall that doubles as a projection screen. The building’s amenities include cold storage, private storage, a resident’s gym and energy efficient design featuring emergency generator, filtered fresh air and water.