A Beaux Arts Central Park West treasure with intact original architectural details, is now available for the first time, and presents a unique opportunity to personalize a gracious Manhattan home from a bygone era. This expansive coop apartment, among the largest in the building, boasts mahogany and oak period moldings, French doors and parquet floors throughout. The entertaining space with its soaring 10 1/2 foot ceilings includes a double-sized living room, adjacent dining room graced by an ornamental fireplace with original inset mirror, bar and butler's pantry and a spacious eat-in kitchen. Bay window seats provide dramatic city rooftops and side park views. The grand corridor leading to the five bedrooms, spans the length of the apartment. The light-filled master bedroom with en suite bath can be enlarged to make the most of its sweeping western city views. An adjacent bedroom is currently configured as a library/study and lined with bookshelves. This elegant 10 room apartment, owned by same shareholder for 55 years, awaits new owners to rejuvenate and cherish for the coming years.The St. Urban is distinguished by its exuberant Beaux Arts architecture, mansard roof with copper lanterns and iconic cupola. The porte-cochere provides a unique convenience for shareholders to unload their packages. Designed in 1906 by Robert T. Lyons, 285 CPW has a 24-hour doorman, basketball court, new gym, laundry room, bike room, live-in resident manager, 13 stories and 56 apartments with only two apartments per landing. Pet friendly.