Stunning direct Central Park views from this 19th floor corner prewar residence in the Ardsley, a New York landmark originally designed and developed by Emery Roth. Featuring 6 rooms, 3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, large gallery, windowed eat-in kitchen, and dining room/den and terrace off the living room
A private elevator landing opens to a wide gracious gallery entry. The generously scaled 60 foot expanse living room has unobstructed views of the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir offering a very special terrace and fire place.
The corner primary suite has direct park views and a bright sunny double exposure. Both additional bedrooms are very well proportioned, and have ensuite full bathrooms.The windowed eat in kitchen features a Viking stove, Sub Zero refrigerator and washer/dryer closet. A graciously scaled dining room/den across from the kitchen is perfect for entertaining.
Beautiful prewar details in the home include hi ceilings, oversized casement windows, original wood floors and abundance of closet space throughout the apartment. There are East, North and West exposures, full city and park views and a service elevator conveniently accessible off the kitchen.
The Ardsley is one of Central Park West's finest full-service white-glove buildings, with a live-in superintendent and a 24-hour doorman and concierge. Building amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, playroom, library, storage room, bike room and laundry room. The lobby has been brilliantly restored to its original 1930's elegance. Besides having Central Park across the street, The Ardsley is close to the many restaurants, museums, shops, parking and excellent schools. Pets are welcome.
Building Features 20 Floors183 Units
Listed on Jun 02, 2022
22 Days on Market
3 Beds / 3.0 Baths / - ft²
Total Monthly Expenses: $5,373
Exclusively listed with: Douglas Elliman Real Estate Source: RLS
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