No one better to describe this luxury 3 bedroom, 6 bathroom multilevel apartment than Serena Boardman.
According to Zillow, the monthly mortgage for this apartment is $558,286. With this money you could buy two houses in Waterbury CT per month.
As of today December 25th this apartment has only been on the market for 11 days. but let serena herself describe how wonderful this place is.
In her instagram account, Serena has published the following:
This glamorous duplex residence is defined by its stunning and commanding views over Central Park and the glittering and dramatic Manhattan skyline. Comprising the 30th and 31st floors of 50 Central Park South, this exceptional condominium offers spectacular scale, soaringly high ceilings, mesmerizing outlooks, and an abundance of space and style. Sited perfectly, Central Park is seen from a superior position along its southern edge with a marvelous, bird’s-eye perspective.
50 Central Park South was designed by master architect Emery Roth. Originally opened as the Hotel St. Moritz in 1930, the current residence grandly comprises two full floors as offered in the building’2002 reimagining as the Ritz Carlton Residences. The Hotel St. Moritz’s erstwhile ballroom is now the apartment’s extremely spectacular Living Room.
Accessed by a private elevator landing, the grandly-scaled Gallery opens into the magnificent Living Room, which is a breathtaking 44 feet in length and boasts dramatically tall 15-foot ceilings. This majestic room is lined with ten colossally-scaled arched windows, five of which overlook Central Park and the residence’s largest Terrace, which stretches almost 45 feet along the length of the facade. Throughout the apartment, from every Park-facing window, and especially from the wide and wonderful Terrace, there are inspiring skyliner views of Central Park.
Adjacent, there is a wonderful square Media room wrapping the northeast corner of the building and boasting an abundance of morning light and endless views of the Park. There is also a generously-proportioned Library, wrapping the southwest corner of the building. Nearby there is a large separate Wet Bar with room enough for comfortable seating, a Powder Room, and ample closets. The very grand and impressive Dining Room is baronial in proportion, with arched windows on three sides and access to a 28-foot-long western-facing Terrace.