Perfectly located in one of Fifth Avenue's most prestigious white glove cooperatives designed by James E. R. Carpenter, this impressive full floor corner 4 bedroom into 3 duplex has undergone a complete and meticulous renovation and offers a contemporary take on a classic and elegant prewar residence. An abundance of south facing windows spanning the entire length of the building flood each and every room with wonderful light. This chic and triple mint home with its sweep of elegantly proportioned rooms is the ideal residence for the most discerning buyer.
Accessed via private elevator, the entry gallery leads to a beautifully symmetrical southwest corner living room with wood burning fireplace which is distinguished by floor to ceiling windows (10'5" ceilings) affording direct Central Park views. The adjacent library/media room with wood burning fireplace is outfitted with handsome custom millwork and flows seamlessly to the gracious dining room with wood burning fireplace which is also accessed via the entry gallery. The marvelously expansive chefÂ’s eat-in kitchen is fully equipped and outfitted with stainless steel custom cabinetry and includes a separate laundry room and large corner staff room/gym with half bath at the rear. A powder room off the entry gallery completes the main level. A soaring double height central staircase with double windows leads to the upper private quarters of the home. The southwest corner master bedroom suite with direct Central Park views includes a wood burning fireplace, a custom outfitted oak dressing room and windowed master bath with statuary white marble finishes. Beyond there are two further spacious bedroom suites with windowed marble baths and a paneled study which doubles as a den.The extensive and timeless renovation incorporates custom design details including rift white oak floors, custom lighting and multi-zoned central air-conditioning throughout.
Situated on the northeast corner of Fifth Avenue and 76th Street, 950 Fifth Avenue is an intimate full service pre-war cooperative building designed in 1926 by James E.R. Carpenter. With just seven full floor apartments and duplexes spread over fourteen floors, residents enjoy the privacy and convenience of the buildingÂ’s distinctive scale. Quarterly assessment of $9,502.92 through 6/2021. This sale is subject to a 3% flip tax.