A Majestic Home on Manhattan’s Upper East Side — 817 Fifth Avenue, #1W2
During the 20th century, some of the world’s most renowned architects built and designed ultra-luxurious dwellings for Manhattan’s elite and wealthy residents. One of Fifth’s Avenues most elegant and coveted addresses, 817 Fifth Avenue, was built during the mid-1920s. Housing only 16 homes within 15 stories, the Italian Renaissance building, constructed of limestone, is considered one of most beautiful buildings in Manhattan, designed by George B. Post & Sons.
Each home occupies an entire floor with the exception of its most grand and gracious private home — #1W2 — an extraordinary palatial-scale home. The triplex, private mansion is within a 24-hour full-service condominium along Central Park, steps from Madison and Fifth Avenue shopping and boutiques, fine dining, and the Upper East Side’s most prized cultural venues.
Not only have the original architectural details been wonderfully preserved, but also extensive renovations and elegant, modern amenities have been added to each floor. The result is a stunning, spectacular and gorgeously unique home, with nearly 7,000 square feet and more 15 rooms of expansive living space.
This home has phenomenal views through its more than 40 oversized windows throughout its three levels — approximately 75 feet of which, are along Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park. Each floor has plenty of natural light that not only draws attention to the tree-lined streets and sights outside, but also accents the exquisite finishes and architectural details within.
This exquisite home also includes a private Entrance at 816 Fifth Avenue!
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