This sprawling, 2 bedroom, 3 bathroom residence (originally configured as 3 bedroom and 3.5 bathroom) frames iconic Manhattan views from its high-floor Lincoln Center perch, boasting 51 linear feet of Central Park-facing windows.
Step inside the 2,426-square-foot home to take in views from the George Washington Bridge across Central Park and beyond. Gleaming Terrazzo marble floors usher you from the gracious entry gallery to the immense corner great room lined with oversized east and north facing windows and 10-foot ceiling heights. With a perfect layout for entertaining, the apartment has been modernized to feature open living as the great room flows directly into the dining space. The nearby custom chef's kitchen stands ready with a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Thermador range and ovens, Miele dishwasher surrounded by stainless steel countertops, white-lacquer cabinetry and hidden pocket doors.
The home has been opened to provide large and airy living spaces. The resulting floor plan creates a coveted split-bedroom layout, with an oversized master suite/home office positioned to capture glorious Central Park views and eastern light. Here, pale white-oak flooring and a platform bed create a serene ambiance while an enviable dressing room with rows of closets leads to a Zen en suite bathroom. The second bedroom enjoys northern and western views and is outfitted with a large closet and its own en suite bathroom. Another full bathroom, additional closets, central A/C, Lutron smart lighting, power window shades and built-in speaker system make everyday living a delight in this masterfully executed Upper West Side home.
The Park Laurel is a modern condominium building erected atop the historic McBurney School. Residents of the full-service building enjoy full-time doorman service, live-in superintendent, health club, laundry room, children’s playroom, bicycle room and a resident's lounge. Set in the ideal Lincoln Center location, anchoring the Upper West Side/Central Park Historic District, this phenomenal building is surrounded by the best of New York City living. Central Park is just steps to the east, abundant Lincoln Center entertainment venues and its surrounding dining options are less than a block west, and Columbus Circle is just three blocks south. Subway access is effortless with 1/2/3, A/C, B/D and N/Q/R/W trains all nearby.