On the borders of affluent Lennox Hill and majestic Midtown just two blocks from Central Park this beautiful two-bedroom condo with private decked sun terrace is in a lovely, leafy part of town.
This vast and striking apartment set over two floors in an archetypal Manhattan walk-up building is blessed with one of Midtown most rare commodities; space. The huge living room comprises a sharp and inviting lounge space with two contemporary sofa beds. The separate dining area allows for four guests and the open-plan kitchen comes complete with an abundance of chrome surfaces. A versatile breakfast bar is the ideal spot for your dinner guests to watch you work. Three large windows and soft spot lights allow the space to be lit to perfection.
Two stylish queen bedrooms are finished with warm wooden floors and inviting earthy tones. Both with two large windows and leafy views. Both modern bathroom suites have been styled in chic wet-room tiles.
The gorgeous private sun deck adds even more room for guests of this condo to enjoy. Sharing al fresco brunch or a glass of wine by moonlight will become everyday fare with particular flair.
Lennox Hill is an affluent neighbourhood that runs from 60th Street to 77th Street from the East side of Central Park to Lexington Avenue. As America’s most fashionable and wealthy fled to Manhattan following the completion of Central Park in the late 1800’s, an impressive array of elegant town houses began to pop-up along New York’s most desirable 5th Avenue. Today the Renaissance style architecture remains and a selection of wonderful restaurants ensure that residents’ and visitors’ expensive tastes are sated.
Just two blocks away from 5th Avenue and you can indulge in crowd-pleasing retail giants the Apple store, Barney’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, Bergdorf Goodman, Bloomingdale’s, Dylan’s Candy Bar, FAO Schwartz, Macy’s and Tiffany & Co. A haven of consumption at the foot of an architectural jungle -there is something to gawp at around every corner.
The celebrated Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Whitney Museum, Museum of Modern Art and Morgan Library and Museum are temptingly close by.