This seamlessly renovated mint penthouse which was featured in Architectural Digest is perched on top of one of the most coveted UWS pre-war (built in 1916) co-ops, nestled within the West Capital Collegiate Historic District. The interior space of this unique residence spans 3400 sq ft, with 50+ windows facing in four directions, with a spectacular 4700 sq ft outside space across four stone terraces! These stunning outdoor terraces provide unparalleled views in all 4 directions, from sunrise to sunset.
Off a semi private landing, enter the unique foyer with a domed ceiling and skylight with French doors facing north onto a planting terrace. This foyer graciously divides the apartment westward towards the entertaining/public wing and eastward to the private sleeping area.
The west wing includes a 3000 sq ft terrace with multiple doors from the living room and kitchen. The open living and dining spaces boast a wood burning fireplace and are flanked by three sets of French doors, facing the east toward the planting terrace and west overlooking the terrace and the Hudson River. Its northern exposure offers open city views as far as the GW Bridge.
The expansive gourmet eat-in kitchen has chef worthy modern top-of-the-line ...