BACK ON MARKET. AN APARTMENT LIKE NO OTHER!
A once in a lifetime opportunity to live in the San Remo in a sprawling corner residence of over 5,500-square-foot. 15EF is a 14-room home with incomprable views directly over Central Park and of the Manhattan skyline.
Impeccably combined and designed for modern day living, the apartment currently has 3 bedrooms and a library with an additional study and a media room. The flexible layout could easily provide four or even five bedrooms.
An impressive corner living room with faces north and east through 5 setback casement windows each lined with mirroring, inviting the outdoors in and immersing the space in all of Manhattan’s beauty.
A magnificent master suite features a sizable windowed walk-in closet/dressing room, full bathroom, and 3 casement windows overlooking Central Park. A second bedroom suite, currently being used as a home office, also has its own full bathroom, walk-in closet and park views.
Off of the home’s gallery you’ll also find a wood-paneled library with built-in bookshelves, the main kitchen outfitted with a large wine refrigerator, full bathroom, eat-at island, double oven with 6-burner
stove, full washer and dryer, a breakfast room with plentiful storage, staff room, and a spectacular north-facing formal dining room with coffered ceiling that leads to the apartment’s combined northwest wing through pocket doors.
The northwest wing (also accessible through its own entrance from a different elevator bank) consists of an additional bedroom or study with a full bathroom, sauna and laundry closet with additional full-size washer and dryer, a media room, home office, cedar and walk-in closet/dressing room, a bedroom with a full bathroom, as well as a full eat-in catering kitchen. The apartment also offers central air conditioning throughout and is wired for sound.
The iconic San Remo was designed by legendary architect Emery Roth and located on Central Park West between 74th and 75th Street. Building amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, recreational area, private garden for residents, and a bike room. surrounded by the Upper West Side’s world-class arts and culture offerings including the Museum of Natural History, the New York Historical Society, classic restaurants, grocery stores, clothing boutiques, and gourmet shops.