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912 Fifth Avenue, 6B is a well-designed and beautifully proportioned 8 room residence overlooking Central Park's majestic treetops.
Enter the home from the semi-private landing through a beautiful Anigre wood-paneled book-lined gallery and directly into the Living Room with unobstructed Park and city views. A wood-burning fireplace with a custom limestone mantel adorns the space, providing a warm respite in the colder months. Using a transitional design, combining traditional elements with contemporary space planning, the Living Room expands into the Library/Media/Bed Room, featuring seamlessly integrated storage and shelving, while boasting picturesque views with new tilt/turn windows throughout.
The Primary bedroom can be accessed via a private hall off the Living Room. The ensuite bath has been so configured that it can be divided into both a multi-room guest bath and an additional primary bathroom, with a marble-clad soaking tub, vanity, enclosed shower and separate windowed water closet. There is plentiful storage and closet space throughout.
Located in the center of the apartment, just off the entry/gallery and near the powder room is a third bedroom with beamed ceiling and adjoining full windowed bath. The generously proportioned dining room is suitable for large-scale entertaining with custom paneled cabinetry hiding a mounted TV and additional storage.
Flanking the dining room is the impressive eat-in chef's kitchen, with a 48" Wolf stove with double oven, a vented copper range hood, dual sinks as well as a bar sink, oversized Subzero refrigerator and freezer, wine refrigerator, granite countertops, plus a Miele washer/dryer. Beyond the kitchen is a staff room currently set up as a home office and a full 'wet room.'
4 zones of central air, supported by 2 through-wall condensers located in the back, and a Crestron-based AV system with prepared for sound, built in speakers are situated throughout the apartment.
912 Fifth Avenue is a full-service co-op in the Upper East Side. Designed by Schwartz and Gross in 1925, the building features a newly-completed gym, private storage, full-time super, and doorman. Pied a Terre Permitted. 2% Flip tax