This is the pool room to beat all pool rooms. Just don’t jump the table because your ball is going to do some damage when it eventually lands.
Located on the top floor of a breathtaking three-story penthouse at the Chatham House, this stunning pool room is heavenly in more ways than one. The stage is set with 10-foot-high ceilings, brick walls and floor-to-ceiling windows that captivate with never-ending views. If this wasn’t enough to make you swoon, this corner room opens up onto two large terraces, one facing west toward Central Park, the second to the north.
Rumor has it that Willie Mosconi and Minnesota Fats descend from the heavens and play a few rounds when time permits.
181 East 65th Street, at the northwest corner of 65th Street and Lexington Avenue, is a full-service condominium built in the mold of some of the area’s finest pre-war buildings. Designed by renowned architect Robert A.M Stern, this contemporary masterpiece rises 34 floors and contains just 93 residences.
This three-level penthouse, which occupies three entire floors (32-34), totals 6700 SF and offers breathtaking views of Central Park and the majestic city below. The 14-room apartment contains six bedrooms, four of which are on the 32nd floor. The middle floor hosts an oversized eat-in-kitchen, living room, formal dining room and family room. A terrace stretches the entire northern end of this floor. The top floor, which houses the pool room, also has a media room and a guest bedroom. A spectacular winding stairwell flows between the three floors.
Apartment PH-A is available through Ryan Serhant and Amy Herman of Nest Seekers International. The asking price for this sensational property is $29.950 million, about $4470 per interior square foot. To learn more or to just take a peek, visit Linecity.com.