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- 4 bedrooms
Property descriptionthe perfect, special home
Rarely available- this fabulous corner "B" line 9 room home is available at the Prasada for the first time in over 60 years! Boasting 10 enormous windows and 46 feet overlooking Central Park at the perfect level, this special home has over 10 foot soaring ceilings and spectacular direct Central Park or North Park views from every major room! From the moment you walk into this palatial apartment, you are greeted by the stunning views. The gallery quickly opens up to the nearly 30 foot living room with 5 large windows facing the Park. Adjacent to the living room is the nearly square corner dining room with windows facing both the Park and North over the landmarked roof and spires of Holy Trinity Church, with Park views as well. The bedroom wing has 3 very large bedrooms and a sizable staff room that could be made into a bedroom. The 3 large bedrooms all have North Park views. There are currently 3 full baths in this area. The large eat in kitchen can be made even larger by the inclusion of an additional den adjacent to the kitchen. Bring your architect to this stunning space, flooded with light and views and old world grandeur. There are so many options; it could be restored to its original glory or made into a fabulous loft like space. Built in 1907 by Franklin and Samuel Haines, the Prasada was designed by architects Charles W. Romeyn and Henry R. Wynne. This white-glove cooperative offers residents the highest levels of service, privacy and security. The recently restored lobby is stunning, as are the elevators and landings. There is storage, bike room and a windowed gym. Perfectly located on Central Park West between 64th and 65th Street, it is a short distance to Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall and some of the best dining and transportation the City has to offer.
50 CENTRAL PARK W, New York, USA, United States
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