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50 Central Park West APT. 4AD
4AD is spacious and expansive and features 50 feet of picture windows overlooking the beautiful tree-tops of Central Park. The sultry living room offers a decorative fireplace and is lined with custom banquets and built-in window seating providing every possible angle to appreciate the view. The living room flows into a stately and alluring formal dining room highlighted by a large park facing bay window, decorative fireplace and beamed ceilings that stylishly complete the room by adding the ideal charm and character.
12 East 81st Street
This $25,000,000. single family house is located on one of the most beautiful and quiet Upper East Side blocks, moments from the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Central Park. On entering through the double set of wrought iron doors, one arrives in the generous entrance hall. Ahead is the light-filled kitchen, which overlooks the landscaped garden. The remarkably high ceilings and oversized windows allow natural light to flood in from both front and back. The graceful central staircase brings you up to the elegant parlor floor, a sprawling drawing room and dining room, both with a wood burning fireplace.
11 East 82nd Street
Walk through the stately front doors of 11 East 82nd Street, and instantly step into the grandeur of an iconic mansion. The monumental structure stands in singular magnificence and represents a rare treasure of Manhattan’s golden age. For those desiring generously proportioned and meticulously designed entertaining and living spaces, an opportunity awaits at 11 East 82nd Street.
Commissioned in 1895 by Daniel Hennessy, the home was designed by renowned architect Henry Andersen, as a private residence for Ellen Prentice Kellogg. The limestone, yellow brick and terra-cotta façade is a beautiful example of Neo-Classical design. Complementing the impressive exterior is an impeccable interior with perfectly appointed details and a sweeping balustrade.
30 Park Place APT. PH82
A formal reception hall opens into a Living Room with expansive, unobstructed views of Midtown Manhattan, and both the Hudson and East Rivers. Terraces on either side measuring over 19’ wide offer continuous views North, East and West from nearly 900’ in the sky. A separate formal dining room enjoys access onto a double-exposure terrace and flows seamlessly into a windowed eat-in chef’s kitchen and adjoining family room. A sun-filled library with a gas-burning St. Tropez French limestone fireplace, wet bar and adjoining terrace completes the grand entertaining spaces of this full-floor penthouse.