Arguably one of the most important residences on Fifth Avenue, this exceptionally grand and architecturally important 18-room home is being offered for sale for the first time in over 60 years.
It occupies an entire private floor in one of Fifth Avenue's most sought after white glove, limestone-clad cooperatives on the northeast corner of East 63rd Street and Fifth Avenue. The home has 100 feet of frontage facing Central Park, and an impressive enfilade of elegant entertainment rooms spanning over 70 feet along Fifth Avenue. Oversized windows capture beautiful views of Central Park and the Midtown Manhattan skyline.
A private elevator landing opens onto an impressive and stately 45-foot gallery with Parquet de Versailles floors and a wood-burning fireplace. The gallery provides access to all of the entertainment rooms of the home. The grand drawing room, formal dining room and inviting library, all have Parquet de Versailles floors, soaring 12-foot ceilings, extraordinary Louis the XV and XVI marble mantles and outstanding Boiseries that were carefully curated from important private homes in Europe.
The private bedroom suites are situated in the south wing of the residence, and include five full bedrooms, each with an en-suite ...