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15 Central Park West 10023, New York, NY - Property For Sale
A particularly gifted owner is needed to take the best and make it even better.And if it is the very best that you seek, here is the largest and highest apartment available in 15 Central Park West, deemed by many the finest condominium ever completed in New York. This apartment spans approximately 6,000 square feet, with five bedrooms and six and a half baths, positioned 15 floors over the 20-story HOUSE building of 15 CPW, high on the 35th floor of the TOWER. Conveniently all on a one level, this apartment features four corner rooms as well as panoramic views in three directions. The public rooms comprise over 75 feet facing east over Central Park to the sunrise; over 60 feet facing south into Columbus Circle, the Empire State Building and beyond, and over 70 feet facing west toward the Hudson River, the Palisades and the setting sun.The space of two large apartments, an A-line and B-line, has been gut renovated and artfully combined into a brand new grand, never-before-lived-in space. In fact, it is the only combination constructed after Robert AM Stern completed 15 Central Park West to ever come on the market. With just this apartment on its elevator landing, it has its own elevator corridor that has been redesigned by this owner in pale gray stone. The lavish master suite spans the entire south side of the space, with a separate sitting room and dressing room. Four rooms - living room, dining room, library and master bedroom - all overlook the ever-changing panoramic vistas of Central Park and beyond. Four bedrooms each with stunning baths en suite face west to enjoy the beauty of the sunset.THE BUILDING15 Central Park West has quickly become New York's most sought-after condominium residence designed by renowned Robert A.M. Stern Architects. Its Indiana limestone clad faade graciously embraces historic Central Park West. The residents enjoy outstanding amenities including: a 14,000 fitness center featuring a 75' lap pool, wet and dry steam saunas, a staff of over 40, a private in-house restaurant including butler service, a 20-seat screening room, billiards room, elegant library, large terrace, conference facilities for private meetings, a children's play room on-site parking with private access to the building. Featuring: Central Air, City Views, River Views, Park Views, Doorman, Attended Lobby, Concierge, Elevator Attendant, Building Courtyard, Laundry Room, Garage
15 Central Park West 10023, New York, NY - Property For Sale
Gracious 5610 square foot duplex penthouse with 392 square foot terrace facing the park in 15 Central Park West condominium. Perched on the 18th & 19th floors in the House, this duplex has 4 bedrooms plus a staff room and 6.5 bathrooms. A private vestibule with coat closet and powder room, opens into an elegant 17' x 11' foyer, which has a curved staircase leading to the upper level. The 20'x30' living room has a working fireplace and a double-set of French doors leading out to the terrace overlooking Central Park. Also facing the park is a library with another set of French doors opening onto the terrace. Facing West, is a dining room with a separate wet-bar and pantry. The chef's kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances, three windows facing West, and opens into a spacious breakfast room/den. Also on this level is a staff room with a full bath and separate entrance. The upper level of the duplex has a spacious center foyer with separate laundry room and entrance to the 19th floor. The 20'x18' Master bedroom has three windows overlooking the park, a 5-fixture marble bath also overlooking the park, multiple walk-in closets, and a study/exercise room. There are three additional bedrooms, each with their own en-suite bath and closets completing this floor. The apartment features an internal elevator, central air conditioning, and approximately 10' ceilings. This apartment transfers with a large storage bin. 15 Central Park West, designed by Robert A.M. Stern, is one of the most coveted condominiums in all of New York City. Located a stone's throw from Lincoln Center and Columbus Circle, residents enjoy a myriad of restaurants, shopping, and theatrical performances. The building includes a 14,000 square foot fitness center with a 75' pool, library, private dining facility, and a private screening room as well as conference rooms. A private car-port and on-site garage allow residents complete privacy and convenience. Featuring: Central Air, City Views, Park Views, Eat-in Kitchen, Windowed Kitchen, Terrace, 1 Wood-burning Fireplace, Doorman, Attended Lobby, Concierge, Elevator Attendant, Building Courtyard, Laundry Room, Garage
12 East 79th Street 10075, New York, NY - Property For Sale
The perfect mansion block the block on which this mansion is located is the only one on all of fifth avenue on the upper east side that does not have an 18-story apartment building. the reason: henry cook, who originally owned the entire block of fifth to madison avenues, from east 79th to east 78th streets, limited the height of all buildings with deed restrictions that persist to this day. this fact provoked a new york times writer to declare the block for all time the choicest plot of land for elegant single-family dwellings in new york city. c.p.h. gilbert's grand neo-gothic mansion built for isaac fletcher on 79th and fifth, today the ukrainian institute, anchors the northern corner of this block. cook originally lived on fifth avenue at the corner of east 78th street while he waited for his new stanford white residence at 973 fifth avenue to be completed. at the time of his death, james b. duke bought that home, 1 east 78th street, and engaged horace trumbauer to erect the stately mansion that still stands at that location today. all in all, this single block has three mansions by stanford white, three by cph gilbert and one by warren and wetmore. little & browne architect from their boston beginnings in 1895, the architectural firm of little and browne designed several extraordinary boston residences including a country home at pride's crossing, ma for henry clay frick. arthur little, an mit graduate, would partner with herbert w.c. browne after both received extensive training with architectural firms in europe and later in boston. built as a neo-georgian pair from 1901-1903 under the supervision of harvey murdock, no. 12 was built for mary f. ogden and no. 14 was built for her brother, charles w. ogden. charles was a well-known in the real estate industry and held title for both properties until his passing in 1935 when the deed to no. 12 was transferred to his sister, mary, with the restriction that it be used solely as a private residence. characterized by their bowed bays, 12 and 14 east 79th street feature brick and limestone facades. iron fences, open urns, and broad low stoops provide a gracious entryway above and two practical service entries on the lower level. roman brick walls on the upper floors feature limestone trim. two additional floors above the balustrade were added to this building in 1960. the residence perfectly positioned on today's gold coast about 125 feet from fifth avenue, this mansion is built 28 feet wide with a wide extension that is built to the full 102 foot depth on its lot. the lowest level of the residence features windows front and back as well as two separate entries to east 79th street. 12 east 79th street is currently configured for institutional use; however the grand original rooms in the front and rear remain open and intact allowing the new owner to experience the full 28 feet in width in many of the main rooms. presently designed with a main stair, service stair, and elevator, each floor features a large center landing joining the large front and rear rooms. it has been in the same ownership since 1975, almost forty years. encompassing approximately 16,000 total square feet on seven levels, this mansion is unique in possessing an incomparable historical provenance, and a location that can never be duplicated. inviting the buyer to create the perfect space for their needs, it is truly a home for the ages Featuring: Roof Garden, Elevator, Basement
29 Beekman Place 10022, New York, NY - Property For Sale
Beekman Place is one the most historical and charming residential landmark areas in the City. With pristine, quiet tree-lined, streets. Beekman Place remains an extraordinary enclave in Manhattan that transcends time, with the same grace, elegance and beauty today as it had in early 1900's. This exquisite house has a rich history of its own, having once been the home to the famous William Paley as well as philanthropist Mary Lasker. This grand 1910 townhouse with spectacular East River views, built out over 11,500 square feet, has eight floors, fifteen rooms, eight bedrooms, seven full baths, eight woodburning fire places, four powder rooms, two set back terraces, a spiral staircase, high ceilings, an elevator to all floors, a dumb waiter and two entrances. The house was completely renovated in 1996. Garden and Parlor floorsEnter the first floor to a spectacular foyer with exquisite Galaxy granite floors with brass inserts, antique mirrors and a grand spiral staircase with antique glass balusters. The gracious foyer leads to a magnificent, oversized formal dining room with a woodburning fireplace, antique wall mirrors and a small balcony with spectacular views of the East River. There is handsome library with wood paneling and a woodburning fireplace. There are two powder rooms with hand painted floral walls and ceiling and 24 carat gold leaf vestiaries. A large pantry has stairs leading down to the kitchen with river views. The grand spiral staircase leads to an impressive foyer on the second floor entering to an East facing living room with antique wood paneling, a gold leaf mantel, and wood burning fireplace. This opens to a beautiful sun room, completely windowed to the ceiling on the North, East and Southern sides, with absolutely breathtaking, panoramic views of the river. There is a second formal living room with a woodburning fireplace, and a small balcony facing West overlooking Beekman Place. Primary Residence Third Floor The third floor has two large bedrooms. The grand master bedroom has an antique woodburning fireplace and a 24 carat gold leaf ceiling and mantel. Glass doors lead to a spacious terrace facing the river. Enjoy your breakfast and morning paper with a stunning view of the river. There is a large walk in closet and dressing room, a luxurious bathroom with Sherle Wagner fixtures, Italian marble slab, hand carved columns and marble heated floors. The second bedroom faces West, with a woodburning fireplace, large closets and a beautiful bath with white marble. Fourth Floor The fourth floor has two large bedrooms. One facing East with astonishing River views, a woodburning fireplace, a green Italian marble bath and a large closet. The West facing bedroom has a woodburning fireplace and a bath with Italian marble. Fifth Floor The Fifth floor has two large bedrooms, one facing the river and one facing West, each with an en suite bath. Sixth Floor The Sixth Floor has a gracious foyer leading to large office, windowed on the North, East and South sides with incredible river views, a powder room with a kitchenette and a small home office. There is also a West facing office with a large, beautiful terrace. Seventh Floor The Seventh Floor has two bedrooms, one facing East and one facing West, with a shared bath. Kitchen Floor The enormous fully equipped kitchen features a sterling silver safe. There is also a laundry room, a boiler room, a staff powder room and many closets, all on a split level with a separate entrance to the house. Sub- Basement Level There is a wine cellar and storage. -Water front views -Built over 11,500 Square Feet, eight floors plus basement -Fully renovated in 1996 -Lot size 20 x 100 -Elevator plus dumb waiter -A/C - central and through the wall Featuring: 8 Wood-burning Fireplace, Elevator, Basement
57 East 64th Street 10065, New York, NY - Property For Sale
The architect: cph gilbertcharles pierrepont henry gilbert was born in 1861 to a family descending from the english aristocracy before the time of queen elizabeth i. from an early age, he was devoted to the study of all aspects of the construction and decoration of magnificent residences: civil engineering, painting, sculpture, fine arts, and architecture at the ecole des beaux-arts in paris. graduates were taught to produce a building of differing stylistic expressions but with a functional, lucid floor plan. some of c.p.h. gilbert's greatest creations were in the late french gothic limestone chateau style favored by the wealthiest members of the elite of the gilded age. for isaac d. fletcher in 1898, at fifth avenue & 79 street, he designed a pinnacled gothic structure with a moat, now the ukrainian institute. for felix m. warburg, in 1906, at fifth avenue & 92 street, a french gothic chateau, lavish in scale, perfect in proportion yet graced with spaces for family life, now the jewish museum. for otto h. kahn, in 1916, at fifth avenue & 91 street, he helped create an italian renaissance palace with 65 rooms, one of the largest private mansions ever built in new york, now the convent of the sacred heart. american socialite, arlene tewborn in 1872, arlene tew was a member of the dar, the daughters of the american revolution, signaling that her direct ancestors fought in the american revolutionary war. with a large inheritance of her own, she proceeded to marry five husbands including the chairman of general electric, anson wood buchard, one prince and one count. long one of the wealthiest american women of her time when, when married to husband number two, morton colton nichols, she commissioned c.p.h. gilbert in 1905 to design her new york residence at 57 east 64 street, replacing two smaller townhouses with a massive limestone mansion in the style of neo-francois i with a magnificent four story curved bay.the mansioncomprising approximately 14,000 total square feet on seven levels, this mansion was originally designed to have the kind of scale and ceiling height in entertaining rooms sought today to display an art collection of major scale. it is a special benefit that the original plan of the architect is largely intact, and details in the rooms throughout have been restored with attention to historical accuracy. the massive wrought iron double doors open to an entry hall which includes a huge manor fire place and extraordinary light. the wrought iron work in the sculptural staircase reflects the same designs that appear in the boisserie surrounding mirrors over fireplaces in the numerous grand rooms. the massive staircase culminates in a stunning skylight with leaded glass. the paneled dining room with a floor to ceiling fireplace and a wall of bowed floor to ceiling windows with leaded glass accented with colored glass shields evokes s a chateau in the loire valley in france. the elevator accommodates six people. the house is perfectly located on the north side of what is generally considered to be the best street in the east 60s for mansions of this type. the north side of the street allows far more light to pour into a building, given the way the sun travels across manhattan, an extremely important factor for those who seek a mansion that is as light as possible.most important of all, no other building by c.p.h. gilbert is on the market at this time and it is unlikely that another will be available, which makes this mansion a very rare opportunity to acquire one of the best creations of one of the acknowledged stars of the gilded age. co-exclusive Featuring: Roof Garden, Elevator, Basement
137 Riverside Drive 10024, New York, NY - Property For Sale
The Original Hearst Quintuplex PenthouseImmortalized in the classic film Citizen Kane, William Randolph Hearst (born 1863) was a legendary figure wielding great influence on the politics, economy and culture of his time. By 1920, it was said that 1 in 4 Americans read a Hearst newspaper every day and Hearst had assembled a fortune estimated to equal $30 billion in today's dollars. His movie studio, Cosmopolitan Pictures, produced 35 movies, many of them starring Marion Davies, his long time companion. In California he built the magnificent San Simeon Castle where he lavishly entertained the important people of his time.Before moving to California Hearst lived with his family in New York City where he created another extraordinary home --a precursor to San Simeon. His search for the perfect site to build his splendid and unique Penthouse led him to a hill overlooking the fabled Hudson River, at 137 Riverside Drive, where he leased the top three floors and then, in 1913, bought the whole building for the sum of $950,000. This quintuplex comprised floors eight through twelve and was at that time the largest and most opulent apartment in the city. A top floor medieval tapestry gallery spanned a block long expanse overlooking the river and featured suits of armor, stained glass windows and art taken from European palaces. Other rooms, the Greek Room, English Room and the Julius Caesar Room, were lavishly appointed in the style their names suggest.The PresentEntering the reception hall from the private elevator landing, the impression of tremendous scale and natural light which characterized the original Hearst Penthouse can be immediately felt in the soaring ceiling heights and extraordinary open views of the Hudson River. The grand living room with fireplace opens to a south-facing terrace which also connects to the kitchen. Along the western wall, the living room, which can be configured to accommodate a large dining room table as well, leads to a beautifully appointed library with custom shelving and Hudson River views. The library could also be converted to a formal dining room. Facing west and north, the palatial master bedroom suite includes a full bath, large walk-in closet, dressing room, as well as dramatic northern views as the George Washington Bridge and the Soldiers and Sailors monument. There is a second bedroom which includes a full bath and walk-in closet. The second bedroom and master bedroom both open onto an enormous north and east facing terrace. The chef's kitchen includes an informal eat-in space, ample storage, and access to the south-facing terrace.Utilizing either the internal stair or the internal elevator, the second floor of this triplex penthouse includes two large bedrooms which share a full bath, ample storage, a terrace facing east and north, a large gallery and finally a third bedroom with two closets, a full bath, and access to another L-shaped terrace facing east and south. The third floor of the penthouse features a large solarium, presently configured as a media room and gymnasium, with a vaulted ceiling capped by a skylight. There is a large full bath and a gallery on this floor as well as an expansive terrace which runs the full 94 feet of frontage along Riverside Drive.The FutureTwo acclaimed art collectors, William Randolph Hearst and the present owner, selected this unique location for themselves and their immense art collections. The qualities that appealed to them - extraordinary interior scale and size with exquisite terraces - and magnificent views in every direction will draw the next generation seeking these irreplaceable features.Encompassing 17 rooms with abundant outdoor spaces throughout all three levels, this mansion above the Hudson River gives new meaning to the oft-used phrase chateau in the sky. It is unique in possessing an incomparable historical and artistic provenance, one that can never be duplicated. It is truly a penthouse for the ages. Featuring: City Views, River Views, Doorman, Attended Lobby, Health Club, Laundry Room, Storage, Pre-War
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