3 East 95th Street, New York, New York, 10128

3 East 95th Street Apt: PENTHOUSE
New York NY 10128

Cross street:Fifth Avenue

Building

Type:Townhouse
Era:Post-war
Floors:7

Property

Ownership: Condo
Rooms: 10
Bedrooms: 5 BR
Bathrooms: 4.5
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $22,500,000
Common charges: $16,774
Real estate tax: $18,782.79
Financing Allowed: 90%
Minimum down: $2,250,000
415 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10017
Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Description

The Penthouse at the Carhart Mansion is an exclusive rare opportunity to own one of four grand residences within a full service award winning mansion. The Penthouse Solarium offers an un-matched combination of indoor outdoor living with 5,290 exterior square feet of open views spanning five terraces and four exposures. Direct elevator entry opens to a formal reception hall leading into this exceptional 7,140 square foot, five-bedroom, and four and a half bathroom bi-level home. The dramatic living room boasts 12Â’ ceilings, an elegant wood burning fireplace, direct access to the north eastern loggia and south eastern terrace. The eat-in chefÂ’s kitchen is vented and completed with solid wood cabinets, custom stone countertops, SubZero, Miele, and Viking appliances with wine storage. The classic layout continues with a formal dining room, ButlerÂ’s pantry, architectural staircase to the second level which includes a library or recreational room, private office, powder room and three additional terraces. The grand scaled sleeping quarters include the primary bedroom with an oversized dressing room, and wood burning fireplace. The primary private bath is designed with honed marble, limestone hand-cut mosaic floors, a cast iron tub with stone surround and an oversized stall shower clad in marble. Three additional bedrooms, each with private baths, two powder rooms, laundry, and oak herringbone flooring completes the home. Located on a beautiful tree lined block off Central Park, the award-winning, 87-foot wide Carhart Mansion offers the ultimate in discretion and luxury. Designed by London architect, John Simpson, whose royal commission includes work in Buckingham Palace, this exclusive condominium received architecture's most prestigious award, the Palladio Award in 2007 - heralding it as the year's "Outstanding New Classical Work in an Urban Setting." The exquisite condominium was also presented the Carnegie Hill Neighbors' Enrichment Award, praising its contribution to the community as an architectural and cultural jewel. Residents of the four grand residences at The Carhart Mansion enjoy a full-time doorman/concierge, a porter and residence manager. Located in Carnegie Hill arguably New York's most prestigious neighborhood, home to world-class art museums, Madison Avenue shopping, Michelin star dining, and the finest examples of pre-war buildings and townhouses.

Amenities

  • Terrace
  • Air Conditioning
  • Elevator
  • Full time doorman
  • Keyed Elevator

Neighborhood

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The Penthouse at the Carhart Mansion is an exclusive rare opportunity to own one of four grand residences within a full service award winning mansion.

Description

The Penthouse at the Carhart Mansion is an exclusive rare opportunity to own one of four grand residences within a full service award winning mansion. The Penthouse Solarium offers an un-matched combination of indoor outdoor living with 5,290 exterior square feet of open views spanning five terraces and four exposures. Direct elevator entry opens to a formal reception hall leading into this exceptional 7,140 square foot, five-bedroom, and four and a half bathroom bi-level home. The dramatic living room boasts 12Â’ ceilings, an elegant wood burning fireplace, direct access to the north eastern loggia and south eastern terrace. The eat-in chefÂ’s kitchen is vented and completed with solid wood cabinets, custom stone countertops, SubZero, Miele, and Viking appliances with wine storage. The classic layout continues with a formal dining room, ButlerÂ’s pantry, architectural staircase to the second level which includes a library or recreational room, private office, powder room and three additional terraces. The grand scaled sleeping quarters include the primary bedroom with an oversized dressing room, and wood burning fireplace. The primary private bath is designed with honed marble, limestone hand-cut mosaic floors, a cast iron tub with stone surround and an oversized stall shower clad in marble. Three additional bedrooms, each with private baths, two powder rooms, laundry, and oak herringbone flooring completes the home. Located on a beautiful tree lined block off Central Park, the award-winning, 87-foot wide Carhart Mansion offers the ultimate in discretion and luxury. Designed by London architect, John Simpson, whose royal commission includes work in Buckingham Palace, this exclusive condominium received architecture's most prestigious award, the Palladio Award in 2007 - heralding it as the year's "Outstanding New Classical Work in an Urban Setting." The exquisite condominium was also presented the Carnegie Hill Neighbors' Enrichment Award, praising its contribution to the community as an architectural and cultural jewel. Residents of the four grand residences at The Carhart Mansion enjoy a full-time doorman/concierge, a porter and residence manager. Located in Carnegie Hill arguably New York's most prestigious neighborhood, home to world-class art museums, Madison Avenue shopping, Michelin star dining, and the finest examples of pre-war buildings and townhouses.

Amenities

  • Terrace
  • Air Conditioning
  • Elevator
  • Full time doorman
  • Keyed Elevator

Neighborhood

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