Upper East Side grandeur defines this stunning 12-room triple mint prewar duplex overlooking Central Park and the southern city skyline. The elegant interiors, designed by Mica Ertegun and Chessy Rayner of MAC II, feature a magnificent corner living room with glorious park views from over sized windows, parquet de Versalles floors, a wood burning fireplace and exquisite architectural details with... [more]
Upper East Side grandeur defines this stunning 12-room triple mint prewar duplex overlooking Central Park and the southern city skyline. The elegant interiors, designed by Mica Ertegun and Chessy Rayner of MAC II, feature a magnificent corner living room with glorious park views from over sized windows, parquet de Versalles floors, a wood burning fireplace and exquisite architectural details with 10'9 ceilings. The grand and bountiful dimensions of the space make it unrivaled for entertaining and luxurious living. The adjoining library has beautifully crafted built-ins, a second wood burning fireplace as well as a lovely powder room and dry bar. The formal dining room faces south and features travertine floors, a wood burning fireplace, 11' ceilings, custom cabinetry and affords an elegant space for gatherings. The enormous windowed gourmet eat-in kitchen faces south and east and has been thoroughly renovated with SieMatic cabinets and marble counter tops. It is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances including a stainless steel Sub-Zero integrated refrigerator and separate freezer, Garland six burner range with a grill top and salamander, and double ovens with a professional vent. There are two Miele dishwashers and two sinks and an ice maker perfect for large scale entertaining. Adjacent the kitchen is an oversized breakfast room with inviting townhouse views overlooking 76th Street and the Carlyle Hotel. Ample staff quarters with full bath and a separate laundry room with a Maytag washer/dryer complete the fifth floor. There are multiple zones of central air-conditioning throughout.
A glamorous ornate hand crafted wrought iron & gilt banister curls away to the upper level private quarters. The breathtaking corner master bedroom suite, consisting of two bedrooms each with their own custom designed closets and luxurious baths, faces west and south and has beautiful views of Central Park with a hidden fourth wood burning fireplace. There are two additional bedrooms each having their own full bath and walk-in closets. Upstairs for convenience, there is a full windowed kitchen with washer and dryer hookup accessibility.
Throughout the past year, 950 Fifth has completed an extensive renovation. In point of fact, every single pipe and plumbing fixture in the building has been replaced. The building now provides the perfect marriage of pre-war detail and present-day convenience.
950 Fifth Avenue is situated in the heart of Manhattan's most exclusive dining, museums, schools, and shopping. This James E.R. Carpenter triple mint gem is the personification of exclusive cooperative living that offers sensational views from every room with 24 hour white glove service.
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