795 5th AvenueNew York, NY, 10065
$ 10,250,000Bedrooms2 Baths2.1
for $10,250,000 with 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths, 1 half bath. This home was built in 1930.
MAGNIFICENT AND TIMELESS ELEGANCE
Residence 2704, located on a high floor of the mythical five-star Hotel Pierre, features South, West, and Northern exposures which allows for breathtaking Central Park and legendary skyline views. Stunning vistas of sunset and daybreak light emanate from the master bedroom, second bedroom and living room. Custom designed millwork by David Linley include parquet floors, closets, book shelves, doors, paneling, boiserie, and crown molding using ebony that was then polished with added black polish. Renovation and Interior Design by renowned English Decorator Anouska Hempel compliment and elevate this grand and gracious home to the highest level.
There is an wealth of natural light flowing in from oversized windows in every room. The vestibule opens to an elegant gallery that circulates between the two bedrooms and the grand entertaining space with wood burning fireplace and gorgeous park views. A perfectly proportioned and windowed dining room leads one to a large kitchen, a private home office and powder room. The corner master suite with park and open skyline views South features a sumptuously outfitted master dressing suite and completely renovated one of a kind Art-Deco black and white marbled bathroom with large centered soaking tub . The bedroom wing of this home also holds a gorgeous second bedroom, second full bath, and ample closets. Individually controlled air conditioning and heating for each room and lighting throughout are some of the additional features of this home.
With an exquisite eye for detail in this sophisticated renovation, natural and extraordinary light, and the most elegant of living spaces are combined for the ultimate in comfort and privacy.
Built in 1928, the Pierre was designed by Schultze and Weaver. The 44-story structure is set back from Fifth Avenue, 500 feet above 61st Street, and is topped with a mansard-style copper roof. The Pierre was once owned by J. Paul Getty, who bought it in 1938 and turned it into a cooperative in 1959. The building underwent a $100 million renovation in 2005 and is now a luxury hotel and residence managed by Taj Hotels Resorts and Palaces. The Pierre, the ultimate in luxurious hotel living, is now the only Forbes Five Star and AAA Five Diamond rated hotel on the Upper East Side.
At this exceptional residence owners enjoy full access to all hotel services, including 24-hour concierge, twice-daily maid service, spa and fitness center, conference room, business center, and beauty salon. Perrine, the new French/American restaurant along with Two E bar/lounge and the Rotunda, are located in the hotel and can provide room service. Pied-a-terre, corporate purchasers, along with pets, are all welcome.
Community Amenities Fitness Center
Miscellaneous* Excluded Features
Restrictions Pets Allowed
List By Nicola Bottero
Douglas Elliman Real Estate
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Default based on a 30-year fixed rate of 6.375% with 20% down. The estimated payment is offered for convenience and is not an offer of credit. Due to market fluctuations, interest rates are subject to change at any time and without notice. Your individual rate may vary. Rates may differ for FHA, VA or jumbo loans.
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Average List Price $1,833,781
Percent of Sale Price 82%
About Manhattan, NY
8% Since 2002
$ 86,055 Median Income
39.14 Median Age
16% Households with Children
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