Located on an open and airy block, The Studio Building sits immediately south of the renowned Museum of Natural History. This scenic Central Park block evokes the feeling of a Parisian street adorned with cherry blossoms, park benches, wide sidewalks, and manicured lawns.
The distinguished coop is comprised of only 32 luxury residences. The full-service amenities include a full-time doorman stationed in a lobby resplendent with distinct Gothic features such as a groin-vaulted ceiling and a decorative balcony mezzanine. Additionally, the building contains private storage, a gym, playroom, central laundry room, and is pet-friendly
Penthouse 14/15/16E is truly an architectural and historical masterpiece; a real trophy three-level home that faces the leafy and sprawling grounds of the Museum of Natural History and West 77th Street. This unparalleled 14-room residence located at building number 44 will forever remain a treasure in Manhattan.
The 14th level has a magnificent 18 foot high Salon with Central Park views and a layout that encompasses a grand dining room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and ample staff accommodations. There are imposing carved wood pilasters and Corinthian columns throughout. This is just another of the many details that make this apartment such a rarefied and exceptional home. Additional living spaces include a gallery which connects the original custom rosewood-paneled dining room replete with Gothic windows, plus a wood-burning fireplace and a glorious original entrance hall.
The 15th level has a skylight enhanced corridor that leads to 2 additional bedrooms, 2 separate bathrooms, an office, a generous family room with a kitchen, and the "piece de resistance" an expansive wraparound terrace with breathtaking views of Central Park to the east and far ranging city south views.
The Tower is the crown jewel of the manor which is situated atop the Studio Building and contains an amazing multi-purpose salon with dramatic views, a fireplace, and astonishing ceiling heights that soar 18 feet high.
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Listing ID 3295196
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Listing ID 2244838
Courtesy of: Douglas Elliman 2142 Broadway
Office Phone: 212.769.2004
Listing Agent: Monica Luque (Suarez)
Updated: 19th August, 2018 9:45 PM.
44 West 77th St New York, NY