An impressive gallery leads to entertaining rooms of major proportions - a massive corner living room flanked by a grand Park-facing dining room and a warm and inviting den/library. Exquisite herringbone floors, elegant moldings, detailed ceiling plasterwork, and a decorative fireplace create the perfect backdrop for special gatherings. A bar area with intricate millwork and a room devoted to wine storage add to the pleasure and ease of having guests.
A large, divinely equipped kitchen with a center island and separate breakfast room is yet another joy in this phenomenal home. Well placed with easy access to the dining room, it is part of the brilliant design of the overall space.
A hidden treasure of the home is a second living room, more informal in nature and perfect for recreational activities - reading, TV watching, game playing, etc.
Every area throughout the apartment is intelligently planned and well used, meeting the needs of the current occupants. There are several dedicated offices and a second library But it is also uniquely flexible. Currently configured with four - five bedrooms, minor adjustments can easily increase the bedroom count to six or seven, losing none of the special qualities of the residence.
The majestic primary bedroom with direct Park views surrounds you with the trees of the Park and a sense of tranquility, being located in its own wing. A gas fireplace provides a focal point in this special room, that is ideal for lounging and unwinding.
All remaining bedrooms are beautifully appointed and are located side-by-side in their own ?universe?, completing a perfect layout.
This house-like residence includes an exercise room, laundry room, and abundant storage. Additionally, the owner is offering a double staff room with a maintenance charge of $1,011 for $600,000.
This opulent home also enjoys the benefit of being in the Beresford, one of Manhattan's most revered prewar coops. Exceptionally well run, it is known for its white-glove service, enviable location, and its notable addition to Central Park West's magnificent skyline.
Home to some of New York City’s most famous buildings like The Dakota, with its enchanting architecture, and the equally impressive San Remo just a couple streets away, Central Park West is one of the most eye-popping neighborhoods to live in.
It is historically renowned for its blending of architecture and residential living. So much so, that it earned a listing on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It is thought to have some of the most diverse and beautiful skylines in all of New York and has drawn celebrity residents for decades
If world-class architecture isn’t enough for you, there are plenty of warm brownstones to be found as well. There is so much to do in Central Park West, the most obvious being in the name of the neighborhood itself. With Central Park running the length of one of its borders, there’s easy access to the park and all its wonders, running trails, row boats, and bridges. If you prefer the indoors, the American Museum of Natural History is at your service.
There are few places in the world that can match Central Park West’s varied combination of urban and residential charm, elegance, and spirit.