Rarely available and meticulously renovated, this gracious and sophisticated high-floor three-bedroom apartment is a light-filled sanctuary boasting three sunny exposures. Beautifully-scaled rooms and stunning city and Central Park views define this elegantly configured home, fabulously located in a distinguished full-service prewar cooperative on Fifth Avenue in Carnegie Hill. Enter the residence from your own elevator vestibule, providing exceptional privacy and an intimate introduction to the home. A lovely entry gallery leads to the grand 27-foot living room with a beautifully restored original wood burning fireplace as its centerpiece, new herringbone floors, and oversized panorama windows capturing oblique Park views to the west. Adjacent to the living room and separated by glass pocket doors, the stately south-facing formal dining room provides a perfect venue for large dinner parties or intimate gatherings and features an artful custom library wall with fold-out murphy desk. The huge windowed eat-in kitchen is a chef’s dream, featuring custom cabinetry, enviable storage, marble countertops, and top-of-the-line appliances including Sub-Zero refrigerator, additional separate Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer drawers, Sub-Zero wine refrigerator, Wolf 4-burner plus griddle cooktop, built-in microwave, Miele dishwasher, Miele washer/dryer, and banquette seating from which to enjoy open city views. The gorgeous corner primary suite has eastern cityscape views and side views of Central Park, expansive custom built-in cabinets and closets by Little Wolf, and a luxurious ensuite Ann Sacks marble bathroom with radiant heated floors, double vanities, and a large glass stall shower outfitted with premium fixtures. The second oversized corner bedroom is flooded with sunlight and has unobstructed views to the east and south over landmarked townhouses. This bedroom and the charming third bedroom share a pristine windowed marble bathroom with radiant heated floors and soaking tub. Through-wall A/C, wired surround sound system, new hardwood floors, restored prewar detailing, and exceptional custom California Closets complete this not-to-be-missed gem.
Designed by the storied architect George F. Pelham and built in 1925, this coveted white-glove building has a 24-hour doorman, resident superintendent, central laundry, bike room, and private storage. Located on the magnificent Museum Mile directly across from Central Park’s renovated Margaret Kempner playground and nestled among the finest cultural institutions, restaurants, shopping, private schools, and various modes of transportation. Pets are welcome and 50% financing is allowed.