1185 PARK Avenue Unit: 16/17F

New York City, NY, 10128

$15,900,000

$15,900,000
Active
Active
 - For Sale
beds
4 Beds
baths
6 Baths
property_type
Co-op
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Built 1929
Terraced Penthouse Duplex 12 Room Masterpiece

Chic sophistication awaits you in this sprawling pre-war showpiece. This 12 room residence, designed by Stephen Wang, boasts perfectly proportioned rooms for opulent entertaining and everyday modern living, enhanced by three terraces with stunning open city views. Upon entering the home, you are immediately struck by the double height entrance and skylight, shedding sunshine throughout the entire apartment. With the perfect balance of size and comfort, this home, which was once owned by Kitty Carlisle and Moss Hart, feels like a house. The first floor contains the main living quarter drenched in southern light. Off the 27' gallery, is a library, with a working fireplace. The 31' ft great room features a fireplaced living room and bar area, complete with marble countertops and seating, and 2 wine refrigerators. The dining room, comfortably seats 24+ and is thoughtfully designed to connect to the kitchen with a pocket door, which makes formal and casual dining easily interchangeable. The high-end windowed kitchen is a New York City dream, with 2 full sized and 1 mini refrigerator, a vented Wolf stove, ice maker, office nook, an enormous island with counter stools and an abundance of countertop space and custom cabinets. Off the kitchen is the laundry room, with 2 full size washers and vented dryers. There is also a full-sized staff room and full bath. The powder room is ideally positioned. Ascend to the penthouse floor via a luxurious curved staircase which houses the 4 bedrooms, and three huge terraces. The central part of this floor is the enormous media room, with double exposures and an entrance to the main terrace. Enjoying the highly coveted split bedroom layout; the primary suite has a private terrace, double exposures, a dressing room, ample walk-in closets, office, a massive marble bathroom with double sinks and a steam shower. At the other end of the floor, off a private hallway, are three bedrooms, all extremely generous in size and each with en-suite bathrooms decorated with beautiful tiles and fixtures. For additional storage, there is a wall of closets in the hallway. The second corner bedroom has the third private terrace. This state-of-the-art home has numerous contemporary details, including central air conditioning, Creston Home Smart Controls, electronic window treatments, soaring ceilings, oversized windows, beautiful floors, and the perfect combination of prewar details combined with modern design and the closet and cabinet space rivaling that of a suburban home.

1185 Park was constructed by the renowned builders, Schwartz and Gross in 1929 is the preeminent co-op in Carnegie Hill. Amenities include an upscale gym, roof garden, children's playroom, bicycle rooms and private storage. Building allows 50% financing and is pet friendly. Live moments away from Central Park, museums and some of NYC's best restaurants and shopping. Call us for a private showing.
Co-Exclusive with Sloane Square
MLS® ID:
RPLU-5121620356
Listed:
2/26/22
Updated:
10/1/22

Interior Features

Kitchen Appliances
Dryer, Washer Dryer Allowed, Washer
Total Bedrooms
4
Full Bathrooms
5
Half Bathrooms
1

Exterior/Building Features

Exterior Features
Terrace
Architectural Style
Prewar

Other Property Details

HOA Fee
$13148
Garage
No
Parking
N
View
N
County
New York
Pool
No
Total Stories
15

Property History

Date
Event
Price
Value
5/2/22
Price Change
$15,900,000
-9%

Courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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