Masterfully designed corner home with sweeping views of Central Park and the city skyline, this stunning 5-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom condo is a testament to contemporary Manhattan luxury. Features of this breathtaking 3,818 sq. ft. condo include airy 10-ft ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows with incredible views from every room, gorgeous hardwood floors, a collection of chic light fixtures, motorized shades, security cameras, an in-home washer/dryer, two entrances, and an integrated Crestron home automation system.
The space is saturated with northern and eastern light and hovers over the city skyline and the treetops of Central Park. Beyond a spacious entryway gallery adorned with a pair of coat closets and a powder room, the home flows into an expansive, open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen. The state of the art kitchen is equipped with a massive eat-in island, brand new stone countertops, sleek cabinetry, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances from Wolf, Sub-Zero, and Miele. Just off the living room lies a cozy library/den complete with an integrated speaker system.
The luminous master bedroom is a sanctuary unto itself. It features a quartet of reach-in closets, a huge walk-in closet, and an immaculate en-suite with his-and-hers sinks, a private toilet stall, a walk-in steam shower, and a deep soaking tub. The second bedroom sits adjacent to the master and boasts a trio of closets and a private en-suite bathroom. The remaining three bedrooms sit on the opposite side of the home, just off a quiet study with custom built-ins. Each bedroom has private closet space and easy access to a pristine full bathroom. All bedrooms possess blackout shades to ensure a restful night’s sleep.
The Park Millennium is a luxury condominium situated between Broadway and Columbus Avenue in Lincoln Square. The building offers residents a host of first-class amenities that include a 24-hour doorman, a concierge, a live-in super, private storage, and special membership to an enormous Equinox facility. The building is less than two blocks from Central Park, and is surrounded by upscale restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops. Lincoln Center and Columbus Circle are close by, and nearby subway lines include the 1/A/C/B/D