According to Stribling's most recent Manhattan Market Report, the average price for a 4+ bedroom co-op was $5,939,716. The sale of 14L at 1125 Fifth is more than triple the city-wide co-op average.
The 5-bedroom, 5-bath stunner includes 50 feet of Central Park frontage, with views with extraordinary views of the Reservoir and Manhattan skyline. A private elevator vestibule opens to a generous gallery which leads to the inviting and expansive entertaining rooms
The corner living room has picture windows that provide a glorious triptych of Central Park to the west, endless views to the north to George Washington Bridge and beyond, and a wood burning fireplace. Next to the living room is the grand and beautifully proportioned formal dining room which enjoys beautiful western light.
The wood-paneled library, accessible from the gallery or the living room, is sophisticated, warm, and boasts a wet bar. Adjacent to the dining room is a huge windowed eat-in kitchen - great for informal living and dining.
A private hallway leads from the gallery to four generously proportioned north-facing bedrooms, each with en-suite windowed bathrooms. At the far end of the residence is the large master suite with a fireplace, walk-in closets, dressing room and a large bathroom with separate tub and shower. There is also a fifth bedroom/staff room as well as a spacious laundry room.
1125 Fifth is a prestigious full-service prewar co-op in the heart of Manhattan's desirable Carnegie Hill neighborhood. This is a rare opportunity to own an extraordinary home in one of New York's most sought-after buildings.
Bahar Tavakolian and Ido Friedman of Stribling Associates were the listing agents.
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