Rarely available, full-floor Fifth Avenue apartment with approximately 5,500 square feet, four exposures and exquisite Central Park views centered just above Conservatory Pond. Large-scale prewar rooms with grand cubic volume perfectly suited for a contemporary style and look, the apartment has 14 rooms, 6 bedrooms and 55’ of frontage on Central Park. Safe, touchless entry, and located on a quiet part of Fifth Avenue across from Central Park. Also touchless entry into your residence with elevator sent directly to your apartment by remote controlled elevator panel operated by doorman, with second doorman at entrance to building for optimum security and privacy in coveted prewar building located on Fifth Avenue’s Gold Coast.
Photographs cannot adequately convey the sublime light, and cubic volume of the rooms in this spectacular residence. Formerly owned by renowned jeweler, Harry Winston, who gave dinner parties for 100, this residence has original architectural details including soaring 10’6 ceilings, 3 working fireplaces, beautiful herringbone floors and exquisite plaster moldings throughout, and can be imbued with traditional, or fresh modern forms and contemporary priorities. In addition, the apartment has four exposures, allowing for magnificent views of Central Park to the West Side skyline, glorious views of the Central Park South skyline and impressive long north views of the park fill the apartment through 27 very wide and high oversized windows offering extraordinary sunlight from all exposures. The apartment also offers peripheral views of Central Park from the dining room, master bedroom, master bath, and kitchen. This rare apartment is one of only 12 floor-through apartments in a limestone building designed by Warren and Wetmore.
Public Rooms: Accessed from a private elevator landing, the entrance gallery immediately captures exquisite views of the park through a wide doorway leading to one of the loveliest living rooms in New York. The corner 33’ living room overlooks Fifth Avenue and is surrounded by vast views of the park. Filled with light, the room has grand architectural details including a wood burning fireplace, 10’6” ceiling, herringbone floor and lovely moldings. This stately space leads to an elegant dining room, which has 4 windows on three sides, giving views of the park from anywhere in the room, and also has Central Park South skyline views and views over townhouses to the east. All views are protected since the building is located in the Upper East Side Historic District. This 20’ x 23’ room offers a fireplace, moldings, herringbone floor and ceiling height of 10’6. The library, which is off the living room and entrance gallery, has wood-paneling with bookshelves, wood burning fireplace, and peripheral views of Central Park.
The sunny eat-in kitchen faces south offering peripheral views of Central Park and features a 6-burner Garland stove, two ovens, a double sink, refrigerator/freezer, and has an abundance of counter space and floor to ceiling storage. The adjoining sun-filled pantry also has a refrigerator/freezer, sink, dishwasher, linen and silver drawers, and floor to ceiling storage. There is a laundry room off the kitchen.
Private Wing: A 64’ long gallery, 5’6” wide, with 10’6” ceiling and perfect for furnishings and artwork, leads to the bedroom wing, including the double master bedroom, 24’ x 16’, with peripheral views of the park, wood burning fireplace, oversized windows, large closets, and en suite marble bath. Five further bedrooms are off the gallery, one of which is currently used as a sitting room, followed by two large corner bedrooms, each with large windows on both sides of the room, one window with side views of the park, and each with views over townhouses to Madison Avenue. Both bedrooms have en suite baths. The remaining two bedrooms face south with abundant light. Co-Exclusive