High on the eighteenth floor, this glorious home provides spectacular views of Central Park and the city skyline. The apartment occupies one of the finest corners in Manhattan. It stretches fifty feet along Fifth Avenue and seventy feet on Seventy Ninth Street, across from the Harry Ford Sinclair house, a French Renaissance-style chateau designed by CPH Gilbert in 1897. All rooms have oversized windows with breathtaking, open views west and south. This elegant seven room apartment has an ideal layout for living and entertaining. Radiating off the large, gracious center gallery are the beautiful corner drawing room, formal dining room, library or bedroom and kitchen. There are two more light and lovely bedrooms with ensuite baths. Additionally, off the kitchen is a lovely, sunny extra room with full bath. The rooms have generous proportions with nine foot ceilings and classic traditional decor. This distinguished cooperative designed by Paul Resnick and H.F. Green was built in 1965 with modern amenities like central air and heating and a garage. There are twenty five floors usually with two residences per floor. It is fully staffed to ensure the highest level of service. Sorry, no pets.
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