40 Fifth Avenue, #15/16ALoading

Co-op For Sale Manhattan, New York City

Web ID # RPLU-3468182

Listed: 10/13/2012

Days on Market: 4242 days

SOLD

$20,000,000

4 Beds 4 Baths

Common Charges: $8,822/month

Mortgage Est: $.../month


Co-op For Sale Manhattan, New York City

Web ID # RPLU-3468182

Listed: 10/13/2012

Days on Market: 4242 days

SOLD

4 Beds 4 Baths

Common Charges: $8,822/month

Mortgage Est: $.../month

  Listing Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales LLC

  Deborah Kallop


Buyer's Agent

Gea Elika

 212-590-0540

Inquire about 40 Fifth Avenue, #15/16A


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Description

Perched on the 15th and 16th Floors of one of Park Avenue's most distinguished prewar white-glove cooperatives, this grand residence has a gracious layout and enjoys superb cityscape views. The sunflooded home features traditional moldings, custom woodworking, soaring ceilings, tall doorways, original hardwood herringbone and parquet flooring and has two terraces. The apartment is entered from a semi-private elevator landing. There is a stately 20-foot gallery opening onto the public rooms. An impressive 40-foot entertaining expanse includes a 33-foot living room with a wood burning fireplace framed by a marble mantel and a lovely conservatory, with 3 large windows facing West, enjoying distant views of the Park. The library has vintage French doors leading onto a charming East-facing terrace. An elegant dining room opens off the gallery through pocket doors and has original wide-plank peg and grove flooring. A sizable eat-in-kitchen includes a large breakfast room and pantry. There is an adjacent 18-foot staff area with laundry facilities and a large bath along this wing. A sweeping staircase leads to the peaceful private chambers on upper level of the home. The 21-foot master suite has a fireplace, an East-facing terrace, large master bath and vast walk-in-closets. Three additional spacious bedrooms and two baths and ample closets may be found on this level. Built in 1929, by architects F. Burrall Hoffman, Jr. and Lafayette A. Goldstone, the 19 story building was designed in the Jacobean/Tudor style. It houses just 40 apartments. Residents enjoy the highest levels of service and privacy.

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  • Pets Allowed

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  • Building Type: High-rise
  • Year Built: 1929

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