Welcome every morning seduced by the rising sun over Central Park and the sweeping skyline views of Manhattan. At 444 Central Park West, we find this rarely available high-floor corner A-line, a sprawling three-bedroom, three-bathroom home with open unobstructed views from every room, which stretch as far as the Midtown and the Triborough Bridge. To the east Central Park becomes your backdrop to experience every unique season; to the south you get to admire Central Park West, as it descends into this extraordinary city we live in, as it magically glitters into each night. Upon arriving to the 14th floor, you encounter a semi-private vestibule shared with only two other homes. When you enter the 14A you are immediately struck by the expanse, stretching nearly 58' from east to west. The central entry gallery has two very large closets for coats and storage. The commodious living room measures approximately 375 sqft, making it spectacular for entertaining and featuring substantial pieces of art or even a Grand Piano. The dining room and open renovated kitchen provide for a wonderful informal gathering area for the residents to enjoy. The bedrooms, which all have incredible views, are privately secluded. The large primary suite with ensuite bath is on the corner and provides a unique panorama which is rarely seen. The second and third bedrooms are similarly sized and equitable; they share a windowed bath. A smartly designed sizable and very functional home office was created; a feature that truly serves the needs of the day. The apartment has a third full bathroom, high beamed ceilings and hardwood floors.
If the views from the apartment were not enough, the building just completed renovation on an amazing brand new roof terrace with eye-brow raising views which include the George Washington Bridge. The building was designed in 1929 by famed architects Boak & Paris, who, before striking out on their own, had both apprenticed with famed architect Emery Roth. This well-run pre-war cooperative was incorporated back in 1976. The building keeps an attentive staff including full-time doormen and a live-in super. It is pet-friendly and offers elevators, private storage and a bike room for residents. Art Deco ornamentation gives the 19-story building a handsome, historic gravitas. It sits on the northwest corner of 104th St and Central Park West only a block from the 103rd Street B and C subways and a few short blocks from the 96th St A/B/C and 1/2/3 lines, making getting up and down Manhattan simple. This is a Co-Exclusive.