CPW/64th Mint Renovation on the Park
With 50-feet fronting Central Park, this magnificent 8-room home is located in the coveted front South corner of one of Central Park West's most distinctive prewar cooperatives. Meticulously renovated, this sundrenched park-facing apartment features gracious proportions, 10 ft. ceilings, oversized windows, classic moldings, exquisite woodworking, pristine herringbone flooring, a wood-burning fireplace and three wide wrought-iron balconies overlooking Central Park.
Entered off of a semi-private elevator landing, there is a wide central gallery which leads to the impressive public rooms of the home. The grand corner living room has a wood-burning fireplace and an elegant expanse of windows and French doors that open to a large balcony overlooking Central Park. This magnificent entertaining space also offers a perfect venue for enjoying the Thanksgiving Day Parade. The adjacent mahogany library has expertly crafted woodworking, a decorative fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows that open onto a Park-facing balcony. The south-facing formal dining room also has a balcony and enjoys Park views and connects via large pocket doors to the living room .The vast windowed eat-in kitchen features custom cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances from Sub-Zero, Viking and Meile. There is ample room for dining and there is a separate laundry area with Electrolux washer and dryer. A serene haven, the sumptuous Park-facing primary suite has floor-to-ceiling windows, a wall of closets and a renovated marble bathroom overlooking Central Park. Two additional bedrooms and two renovated baths may be found along a private corridor in the Western wing of the home.
Built in 1911, 41 Central Park West was designed by architect Henry Wilhelm Wilkenson. This 12-story structure is a striking example of Neo-Italian Renaissance style with the aesthetics of the Arts and Crafts movement. It was named Harperley Hall after a manor house in Northumberland, England that was reportedly Wilkenson's ancestral home. The building is notable for its broad central courtyard with a side-street entrance and 24-hour manned gate house. Shareholder amenities include storage facilities, a bike room and the most stunning landscaped roof terrace overlooking Central Park and the Manhattan Skyline. 2% flip tax payable by the purchaser.