This dramatic three bedroom duplex condominium is just steps from Central Park off Fifth Avenue. It features a great room with over 17' ceilings and mezzanine library, a wood paneled formal dining room, three wood burning fireplaces, two terraces, a modern chef's kitchen as well as an enormous primary bedroom suite. Oversized windows allow natural light to flood the apartment with ample wall space to display one's art collection to full advantage.
A private elevator landing opens into a generous foyer. Off the foyer is the expansive living room and formal dining room, each with wood burning fireplaces. Stairs down from the living room lead to the mezzanine library and vastly proportioned great room. The well-designed chef's kitchen has a center island with seating, top-of-the-line appliances and opens onto a lovely terrace. The bedroom wing of the home has two bedrooms with ensuite baths and a gracious corner primary bedroom suite with walk-in closet/dressing room, ensuite bath, wood burning fireplace and terrace. Additional features are three powder rooms, home office and storage.
This gorgeous gold coast fifty-foot wide Beaus-Arts mansion was built in 1904 and contains seven condominium units. It is a was originally designed by the celebrated architect Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert , AKA C.P.H. Gilbert who was a graduate of l'Ecole des Beaus-Arts, and is best known for designing opulent townhouses and mansions.
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