A great-looking two-bedroom apartment at the South East corner of Central Park. Here you’re at the borders of Lennox Hill, Midtown and Broadway. In other words; you’re at the centre of the universe.
This roomy apartment has been styled with subtlety and sensitivity. A dusty, classical palette combined with rich chocolate wooden floors and accessories result in a modern take on colonial elegance. A mix of statement uplighters and soft spot lighting allow you the freedom to create a light and bright or comfortable and cosy lounge room. Radical textures in similar tones co-exist to give this room personality.
The first large bedroom has two double beds each with side table and reading lamp, and two windows pouring light into this spacious room. The second bedroom has a queen size bed, a chest of drawers for storage and two lovely big windows. The bright white bathroom suite is modern with a bathtub and floating showerhead.
This apartment’s proximity to Central Park and Midtown makes it a real find. Just two blocks away discover the century old haven of gardens, lakes and woods. Since its completion in the late 1800s it’s been beautified, developed and preened so what better time to discover life’s simple pleasures. Lakeside Restaurant at the Central Park Boathouse is undeniably romantic as day becomes dusk. Alternatively grab an unforgettable brunch before a hard days rushing the racks. Of course you can captain a row boat for 60 minutes, an endeavour not completely reserved for tourists. See Shakespeare by moonlight at the stunning Delacorte Open-Air Theatre. Sheep Meadow is a beautiful spot to laze a sunny day in NYC busting at the seams with scantily clad locals. For the twitchers among us, borrow a bird-watching kit from inside Belvedere Castle and get acquainted with Central Park’s 230 species of feathered friends in the Ramble’s woods. Not to mention the perfectly manicured Conservatory Garden, beautiful Bow Bridge, sobering Strawberry Fields, interactive Alice in Wonderland Statue and Central Park Zoo.