On Fifth Avenue, you have it all. The best of the city, architecture, museums, and tree lined streets filled with mansions. Carnegie Hill is a neighborhood that offers a perfect dose of charm. As you whisk into the elevator that opens up into the private landing of your twelve room residence, you appreciate the success and accomplishments achieved.
You are lured into your living room by the captivating views of the picture-perfect Central Park, the Central Park Reservoir, and south-facing New York skyline. Beyond perfection this unimaginable renovated home is seen through large picture windows which enjoys the Central Park greenery from every graciously proportioned room with soaring ceilings.
On some nights, you host seven course dinner parties from the large formal dining room for guests who cannot help but be mesmerized by the sun setting over the prominent park. Other days, you simply want to unwind in your rich floor to ceiling wood paneled library that houses your collection of books. Pull out the latest literature on the history of Carnegie Hill and its established families.
On Sundays, you and the family golden retriever Lucky take your morning jog around the Central Park reservoir which is mere steps from your Fifth Avenue building, before gathering with the rest of the family for brunch at one of your favorite local cafes. Sometimes you opt to create your own culinary masterpiece in your gourmet kitchen, showing off your inner-chef on the professional six-burner Viking range as your family gathers around the kitchen island.
Later in the evening, while the children settle in to one of the four bedrooms getting ready for the week ahead at the many private schools attended in the area, you retire to your regal master suite, tucked away for privacy, complete with its luxurious bath and sitting room. Your own, very serene space.
# of Rooms: 11
# of Bedrooms: 5
# of Full Bathrooms: 4
# of Half Bathrooms: 1
Washer/Dryer in Unit
Hi-Speed Internet Ready
Manhattan is the most densely populated of New York City’s 5 boroughs. It's mostly made up of Manhattan Island, bounded by the Hudson, East and Harlem rivers. Among the world’s major commercial, financial and cultural centers, it’s the heart of “the Big Apple.” Its iconic sites include skyscrapers such as the Empire State Building, neon-lit Times Square and the theaters of Broadway