• For Sale
  • Asking Price 3,749,000 USD 
  • Build Size: 2,389 ft2
  • Land Size: 2,389 ft2
  • Property Type: House
  • Bedroom: 3
  • Bathroom: 3
1212 Fifth Avenue Condominium is located along Carnegie Hill's prestigious Museum Mile, where you can enjoy world renowned museums such as The Guggenheim, The Cooper Hewitt, El Museo Del Barrio, Museum of The City of New York, The Jewish Museum, and last but not least, The MET. Walk past the beautiful Vanderbilt Gate and into Central Park's Conservatory Gardens admiring the peaceful gardens and the Burnett and Untermyer Fountains. This truly expansive, 3 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath Pre-War Condo with direct Central Park Views combines the best of both worlds by offering interiors that are a blend of pre-war elegance and contemporary style.

Welcomed by a beautiful foyer, you are led into a gracefully designed large living and dining room with views of Central Park directly from the perch of oversized windows augmenting the scenery and lighting the apartment.

The Master Bedroom Suite, located to the northwest corner of the apartment, offers privacy along with great views of Central Park to the west and north on 5th Avenue. It also features an en-suite 4-fixture bathroom with a large walk-in shower and outfitted with the finest fixtures and finishes to include: Bianco Dolomite Marble finishes, NuHeat Radiant Flooring, heated towel warmers, Dornbracht hardware, Duravit commode, Kohler cast iron soaking tub and Lacava lavatory. Four customized closets abound the master including a walk-in closet.

Two additional chambers with en-suite bathrooms complete this abode including one bedroom on the north wing and one bedroom split to the south of the apartment. Residence 4A boasts a high-end kitchen perfectly suited for both at-home cooking and entertaining. Outfitted with top of the line appliances - Miele and Bertazzonni appliance package, and Dornbracht fixtures. The kitchen is ample enough to accommodate a breakfast table along with built-in benches for seating and entertaining.

Additional details of this magnificent pre-war, triple mint, condominium include 9-foot beamed ceilings, handsome oak wood flooring throughout, custom high-end millwork including lacquered built-ins, book shelves, heating and air conditioning enclosures, solid core doors with customized hardware, individually controlled thermostats in each room, tastefully finished powder room, customized laundry room which includes Miele washer & dryer, and a large pantry for storage.

1212 Fifth, was designed in 1925 by George and Edward Blum, exemplifying the craftsmanship and attention to detail of the pre-war architecture at the time. It was converted in 2011 into a boutique condominium with 55 residential apartments. Amenities include: 24 hour attended lobby, in-house resident's manager, over 2,500 square feet of state of the art fitness gym, both a resident's lounge and children's playroom, storage and additional laundry facilities. An additional suite of amenities, including pool access and parking are available for a fee, from a partnership that 1212 Fifth Ave Condominium has contracted with the adjacent Related Luxury Tower at 1214 Fifth Avenue.

Fine dining abounds at Carnegie Hill to include dinner at the famed Paola's, Ristorante Morini, and Pascalou. Prefer to cook at home, look no further than the notable Kitchen Arts and Letters to find the perfect recipe or Dean & Deluca for the finest ingredients. In the mood for some literary works, you can find a wide array of books at The Corner Book Store. Countless boutiques adorn this fabulous neighborhood of Carnegie Hill making 1212 Fifth Avenue a true pre-war gem

Jacky Teplitzky Knight Frank
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1212 Fifth Avenue Condominium is located along Carnegie Hill's prestigious Museum Mile, wh, Manhattan, New York, United States is a 2,389ft2 Manhattan luxury House listed for sale Asking Price 3,749,000 USD. This high end Manhattan House is comprised of 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. Find more luxury properties in Manhattan or search for luxury properties for sale in Manhattan.