Unlike any other B line in the building that has been available in recent years, Apartment 4B has an extra room facing Central Park! The corner living room, together with the added study, feature over 40 feet of frontage on Fifth Avenue, and enjoy park and reservoir views through 5 large windows. The view allows one to see not only the reservoir, but all the colors of the seasons and people at play in the activities that the park affords. The renovation of this grand and expansive simplex residence has been designed to be especially warm and inviting in its ambiance. Formerly 12 rooms, the present floor plan includes 10 rooms. In addition to the gracious living room and added study, the apartment features a book-lined library with wet bar; a dining room perfect for great entertaining; three master bedrooms with updated baths and generous closets; a double staff room or 4th bedroom; a chef's kitchen with separate breakfast and study areas, and a windowed laundry room. The flexible layout, with all rooms radiating off of the 49 foot gallery, would allow for many of the rooms to be used for different purposes. The special features of the apartment include central air-conditioning, lovely millwork and architectural details, and the possibility of adding a powder room. A large, windowed and well-appointed fitness room on the lobby level, and individual basement storage rooms are unusual attributes of this full service building. 1115 Fifth Avenue is an iconic prewar building located in the heart of the Carnegie Hill Historic District, and in the middle of Museum Mile which encompasses the Metropolitan Museum, the Solomon R. Guggenheim, the Neue Gallery, the Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and several other prestigious museums. Numerous fine restaurants, galleries and fabulous shopping boutiques make this Upper East Side neighborhood a center of culture and refinement. The proximity to Central Park and the pretty tree-lined streets provide a sense of quiet enjoyment.