This spectacular and meticulously renovated contemporary duplex home on Central Park West has a cool, chic downtown vibe AND Central Park views. Triple mint with the best finishes, this four bedroom home has undergone an amazing transformation into a glamorous loft like space that delivers immediate peace and tranquility from the moment you step through the door. Entered on the 6th floor, the living space features a spectacular open living room, dining room and kitchen with 4 gigantic picture windows. The designer touches include back-lit coffered ceilings, rich white oak floors, a hidden television and wonderful storage. The jaw dropping chef's kitchen features a Bianco Dolomiti polished marble island and counter tops, hand-crafted black corian cabinets and Gaggenau, Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. There is endless counter and cabinet space, as well as seating for 4 on the island. Off of the kitchen is a fabulous den with elegant paneled walls, built-in cabinets, dry bar and wine fridge. This lower level also includes a large almost mud-room like space with a huge entry closet and an area where seating or desks could be located. A gorgeous powder room crafted with black metal, tile and white marble completes the living space floor. Up the dramatic, art-piece like floating staircase bordered in marble and glass, is the private quarters on the 7th floor. Boasting four bedrooms and 2 full baths, there are custom built-in closets, incredible natural light and views toward Central Park. The master bedroom suite is a quiet oasis with Park views, two large closets (and room for more) and a large en-suite bathroom with white corian floor to ceiling walls with silver inlays, marble double vanity and a glass shower with a built-in bench. Three additional bedrooms are located off a wide central gallery and share a large beautifully designed bathroom with a tub and shower. With elevator access to both the 6th and 7th floors, this "house in the sky" offers all the conveniences of living in a full-service building, yet also the space, privacy and storage usually only found in a house. Other details include nearly 10 foot ceilings, channeled walls, art lighting and Lutron operated privacy blinds, invisible "live wall" speakers, and built-in washer/dryer. Built in 1906, the Orwell House building features 24 hour doormen, a resident manager, recently renovated hallways, a children's playroom, bike room and basement storage upon availability. This convenient location on the corner of 86th street in the heart of the Upper Westside is adjacent to Central Park, the entrance to the B, C subway (the 1 line is only 3 blocks away) and the crosstown bus. The building provides easy access to many of the best schools (both public and private), two playgrounds, the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, multiple museums and several of the best restaurants and shops in the city. Pets and pied-a-terres are permitted.