This special home is situated in the exact perfect spot and level for stunning views of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and its fountains and gardens. Located in one of Fifth Avenue's most desirable prewar buildings, the beautifully renovated "unclassic seven" room home is ready to move in. Old world elegance abounds from the moment you enter the stunning lobby and onto your semi-private landing. The gallery is open to the grand living room with a wood-burning fireplace with a hand-carved marble mantelpiece, soaring ceilings, herringbone parquet floors, and lovely views of the Metropolitan Museum, it's gardens and fountains. Also off the gallery is the perfectly proportioned dining room with beautiful wood floors, a decorative fireplace and mantle and a south-facing window. Enjoy cooking with ease in the giant sun-filled, windowed eat in kitchen which features top of the line appliances, a washer/dryer as well as plentiful storage and countertop space. Between the dining room and the kitchen is a wonderful guest room or home office with an en-suite bathroom. The proper bedroom wing contains a full guest bathroom and two oversized bedrooms. The luxurious primary bedroom faces Fifth Avenue with a large walk in closet plus an additional three closets and a full marble windowed bathroom with a vanity, shower and a separate tub facing the Museum. The second bedroom is set up as a library with built in book cases, storage and a bar area with a fridge. The entire home has new oversized windows, rich hardwood floors and central air conditioning. 1016 Fifth Avenue, built-in 1926, is located on one of the most prestigious streets of Manhattan, directly across from Central Park. The charming facade and unique construction was designed by architect John B. Peterkin. It is one of the most distinctive buildings in the neighborhood due to its unique limestone and landscaped sidewalks and impressive marble lobby. This building features a full-time doorman and a well-equipped fitness room. It is also close to many of New York City's finest museums, restaurants and shops. A storage bin transfers with the apartment. There is an assessment of for $16,307.48 payable in Q4 of 2023 for capital improvements.