Welcome to residence 3A at 910 Fifth Avenue, and it's spectacular views from the balcony that directly overlook Central Park from the perfect tree-line height for one to appreciate the changing seasons in New York City.
A semi-private landing opens to an elegant and graciously scaled 5-room home with high ceilings, oversized windows, and hardwood floors. The expansive gallery divides the entertaining and dining spaces and provides an ambient setting to display fine art. From the gallery, head west to the spacious Living Room, and then out to the balcony. Adjacent to the living room is the primary suite, which boasts direct Central Park views and access to the private outdoor space as well as an ensuite full bath and two closets.
Opposite the gallery is the formal dining room with a windowed, eat in kitchen. A private hall off the gallery leads to an additional sprawling bedroom, featuring a walk-in closet and full bathroom. Other features include a washer/dryer closet and a powder room.
910 Fifth Avenue, a prestigious, sought-after cooperative, was built in 1919 by the esteemed developer Fred F. French, whose eponymous building further down Fifth Avenue was a paragon of Art Deco Style. Originally designed with Italian renaissance facades, the building was significantly altered in 1958 by architecture firm Sylvan Bien, who is best known for designing the nearby Carlyle Hotel. Bien's son, who oversaw the project, noted that the 'new, broader windows give much better views and let in more light,"
There is on-site parking with special rate for shareholders, a gym, and 24-hour white-glove service and a separate attended service/freight elevator is accessible on each floor. Pieds-a-terre are allowed, but no pets are permitted.
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