CENTRAL PARK LUXURY- CITY SKYLINE
Welcome to extraordinary living in the Iconic landmarked Essex House.
This MINT high-floor classic residence exudes elegance while also offering stunning views of the Park and the New York Skyline. Living at the famed Essex House is further complemented by luxurious amenities and first-class services, situated in a prime location, where modern life meets iconic old-world graciousness.
Beyond the entryway which opens into an elegantly designed living room and dining room, highlighted by stunning oak herringbone floors is the perfect space for entertaining guests. The multiple oversized windows will allow you to enjoy beautiful sun filled rooms with natural light, magical sunsets, majestic sunrises, and the New York City Skyline stretched graciously over Central Park that will remain infinitely yours to enjoy.
Large master bedroom suite, with park views, elegantly designed with custom made cabinets, en-suite marble bathroom, walk-in closet and extra storage. The renovated modern Kitchen has custom designed cabinets and top of the line appliances as well as a washer and dryer. Here you will also find a second bedroom suite with direct views of Central Park and midtown Manhattan as well as a beautifully renovated marble en-suite bath and tons of storage.
Today this celebrated landmark building is comprised of the first class of 185 extraordinary homes. Throughout its life, this stunning Art Deco beauty has been home to titans of industry, Hollywood celebrities, tycoons and royalty.
Resident owners, guests, and tenants are offered a full complement of true white glove hotel services and world-class amenities including 24-hour in-room dining, valet, concierge and bell staff, a fitness center and spa, a business center and an award-winning gourmet restaurant.
This apartment makes the perfect residence or pied-a-terre and may be rented short or long term. This landmark building is not only directly across from Central Park but is also only minutes away from such famed restaurants as Per Se, Marea, and Masa, as well as landmarks such as Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall, and Fifth Avenue shopping.