This is an extraordinary 3,100 square foot, 7 room residence with picture perfect expansive full park and cityscape views from oversized windows. Quintessential Pre-war Central Park West Home. Prestigious celebrity co-op building with Old World charm and elegance. This legendary building is home to only 30 families. It is steps from Central Park. The elegant and spacious living room with fireplace and seperate dining room have coffered ceilings and original inlaid oak and mahogany floors. The home's rooms have a gracious flow and feel even more spacious due to the majestic 11’ ceilings. All of the gorgeous original details have been preserved including custom glasswork windows and impressive oak doors.
The large eat-in kitchen has its own view of the park. In addition to the two large bedrooms there is a library/den with oak built-ins that could easily be a third bedroom. The maid's room with bathroom serves as a perfect guest room or small fouth bedroom. Formal mahogany paneled dining room. Great closet space and cedar closet. Classic and rare details. French doors, leaded glass transoms, beautiful original inlaid wood floors, mahogany moldings and wainscoting. This special home also boasts a fabulous entertaining room and Juliette balconies. Features its own private elevator landing. It is rare to find an apartment with all of these well preserved original details and space. An added plus is your own washer and dryer, garbage disposal, through the wall cooling units, built in sound system and your own storage in the building. And your pets are welcome (on a case by case basis)
Enjoy the luxury of an elevator that opens right into the mud room of your beautiful residence. With only one other apartment on the floor, your new home is blissfully quiet. Your exceptional home is completely seperate from the 1 other residence on your floor. This unique and elegant property is in one of the most prestigious co-op buildings on Central Park West. The glorious Beaux Arts building with its unique center light court, was built in 1910 by the distinguished architectural firm of Schwartz and Gross.The Location: Central Park West is the city’s most architecturally distinguished street.
Unlike the rather uniform buildings that line the city’s other prestige residential boulevards, Central Park West is punctuated by this residence's fabulous building, the Brentmore, then the Century, the Majestic and the Eldorado (fantastic twin-towered apartment buildings), the San Remo, a Neo-Renaissance-style towered apartment building, the Beresford, a mountainous three-towered palazzo apartment building. The Majestic, San Remo and Beresford replaced hotels of the same names that were erected in the prior building generation around the turn of the century.
Direct: 212-544-8568, Mobile: 202-309-0684