The luxury pad is said to mirror 1920s “elegance of New York”
The brokerbabble for this three-bedroom duplex across from Central Park describes it as “exuding the streamlined elegance of New York in the 1920s.” That may a fair assessment, considering all that this beauty offers.
Situated along Billionaire’s Row, the lavish condo was designed by architect Rosario Candela in 1926. Boasting an expansive 1,947 square feet and so much wood paneling, the space is full is enviable details that include ceiling heights reaching 18 feet, double height windows that give way to views of Central Park, an elegant chef’s kitchen, washer/dryer unit, and en-suite bathrooms with top-notch fixtures.
Whoever lands this $4.395 million apartment will also get to enjoy the building’s luxe amenities that include a rooftop terrace, fitness center, 24/7 doorman, and concierge. All that combined with being just a hop-skip-and-a-jump away from New York City’s favorite park might make the price worth it.