Building & Unit Features
Rare opportunity to own a sprawling 2-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home with expansive Central Park views in a premier building. This exclusive unit on the 8th floor C-line in 111 Central Park North features a sprawling open plan living, modern finishes, and rare protected views overlooking Central Park and the Manhattan skyline. Enter through a gracious foyer into an expansive Great Room with floor to ceiling southern-facing windows running the entire length of the room. Two separate doors provide access to a generous balcony that extends out to your private vista overlooking the park. Recently finished hardwood floors adorn throughout, while an open kitchen features a suite of first-class appliances including a Viking 4-burner stove, Miele vent hood, Viking refrigerator, and Viking dishwasher. Statuary marble countertops and backsplash accentuate the space while Wenge cabinetry provides ample storage for all your cooking and entertaining needs. Clever design provides an ideal separation of space with a split two bedroom layout, while both bedrooms enjoy unspoiled Central Park views. The Master Bedroom includes its own private balcony overlooking the park and a large walk-in closet with custom storage system. The spa-like ensuite bathroom includes a deep soaking marble-framed bathtub, dual vanities with Calcutta marble, and a large stall shower. The second bedroom also enjoys unobstructed Central Park views and includes a deep closet. Additional amenities include a full-size vented Frigidaire washer/dryer and central AC. 111 Central Park North features a 24/7 doorman and concierge, live-in super, second floor common roof deck, gym, party/play room, cold storage, additional parking storage, and friendly staff. 111 Central Park North is a boutique 43 unit building in an ideal location with Central Park at your doorstep. The 2/3 train entrance nearby, at the corner of Central Park North and Lenox. Enjoy the nearby Lasker Rink (and Pool), Dana Discovery Center, Cathedral of St. John the Divine, Museum Mile, and the Conservatory Garden. One can also get out of Manhattan with ease via the George Washington Bridge, Triborough Bridge, and all roads to New Jersey, Connecticut, and Upstate New York.
Courtesy Of The Corcoran Group