Look Inside an Upper West Side Penthouse with Stunning Views and a Staggering Asking Price
Sitting on the corner of 72nd and Central Park West, a true Art Deco cooperative built in 1929 that calls to those who want fine, Uptown living. Capturing gorgeous views of the park and iconic buildings like the San Remo and The Dakota, a penthouse in the storied building has come to the market. Of course, this city isn’t known for its low housing prices and a penthouse is stereotypically the crème de la crème. With an asking price of $27.5 million, the buyer pool for the spread is small and exclusive.
Set on the tippy-top 19th floor and serviced by a private elevator, the 6,000-square-foot space sits in the northeast corner of the building. Overlooking Central Park from almost every room, the sweeping vistas are framed with interiors of rich wood and modern fixtures. The chef’s kitchen with a dramatic and moody vibe and top-of-the-line appliances is perfect for entertaining as it seamlessly flows into the living and dining room.
The unit holds five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms, leaving more than enough room for guests to wine and dine on the Upper West Side with you. The pristine primary suite occupies the back corner of the penthouse, coming with a sitting room, dual walk-in closets, a lavish en suite, and a private terrace.
Making the penthouse that much sweeter is the other 104-foot terrace, providing 900 square feet of coveted outdoor Manhattan living space. Extending from the living room all the way to the back bedroom, dine al fresco here all summer with the city’s famous skyline as a backdrop.
Lisa K. Lippman of Brown Harris Stevens holds the UWS listing.