FULL FLOOR CONDOMINUM ADJACENT TO CENTRAL PARK
This exceptional full floor condominium residence occupies the entire 14th floor of one of the city's finest condominium buildings, located at the corner of 70th Street and Madison Avenue. The residence is immediately adjacent to Central Park and the Frick Museum, on one of the most coveted and beautiful blocks in the Upper East Side Historical District. The stunning private full floor encompasses 3,560 square feet and has captivating views of Central Park and the Manhattan Skyline. Light streams in throughout the day from 31 windows spanning all four exposures.
A large private elevator landing opens onto an elegant 21-foot gallery, which leads to an enormous 21 x 24 corner living room with views of Central Park and the Frick Museum. The adjacent formal dining room can easily seat 16 guests and faces north onto a charming 40 foot planting terrace. The oversized 22 x 12 eat-in-kitchen is fitted with top of the line appliances, and the breakfast area can easily seat six. The kitchen also overlooks the planting terrace and has views of the beautifully landscaped penthouse terraces across the street. The laundry area is located across the hall from the kitchen, and includes a full size Electrolux washer and dryer, and a large sink. The South Wing of the residence has a handsome paneled double-library, which was originally the space of a library and fourth bedroom, and could easily be brought back to its original configuration. The south views from this wing of the apartment include Central Park and the Midtown Skyline, and there is an additional planting terrace facing west which spans over 25 feet. One of the five renovated bathrooms is located in this South Wing of the apartment.
The private East Wing of the residence has an additional three full bedrooms and four bathrooms. The primary bedroom occupies a pin-drop quiet corner position and boasts open views and beautiful morning sun. It has a large dressing room, two oversized windowed bathrooms, and exceedingly generous closet space. Each of the other two bedrooms have the convenience of an en-suite bathroom and enjoy ample closet space as well.
This impressive building was designed by the pre-eminent architect Emory Roth, renowned for elegant prewar Manhattan apartment buildings like the Beresford and the San Remo. This landmarked structure was completed in 1926, and converted to a condominium in 1995. The exclusive boutique building consists of only eleven apartments and is served by two elevators. Residents enjoy the highest level of service, privacy and security.