French doors and Juliet balconies with wrought iron railings, open to stunning views over Central Park from the expansive and stunning living room. Pocket doors glide to reveal a formal dining room with original, restored wood work, as well as the beautifully appointed library, also facing over the park. The entry foyer is a grand entry to this stunning 4 or 5 bedroom home. The prewar details are a perfect back drop to both classic or modern furnishings and art. The windowed kitchen is spacious, can accommodate a full size dining table, and includes a butler's pantry, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Viking Stove, and stone counters. A separate area accommodates the washer and dryer. The bedrooms are located off a private gallery. There are 11' ceilings, beautiful crown moldings, and central air conditioning. Five full baths plus powder room. Ample closets. Pets permitted.
The Langham is a 1908 Clinton and Russell masterpiece, and considered the best of CPW, as well as having the most important desirable position over the park and centered on the boating pond. Residents are greeted by the limestone facade, and step through wrought iron gates into the cool, columned, stone lobby, that stretches across nearly the full width of the building, with north and south wings. 135 CPW is recognized as the most beautiful prewar residential building in NYC. The architecture is influenced by French and English classicism. Each home is uniquely finished with magnificent details such as libraries ensconced in quarter sawn English oak, ceilings that dance with European plaster work, beams, and cove moldings, walls rich with pilasters, and galleries that glow with masterful mosaic marble. Full time doorman. Concierge. Resident manager. Porters.