Sold

1115 Fifth Avenue, 7A, Manhattan, NY 10128

1115 Fifth Ave, 7A

$5,300,000

Over 60 feet of Central Park frontage within one of Carnegie Hill’s most coveted white-glove cooperatives. The grand living room and three of the bedrooms in this over-sized classic seven face the Park with the seventh floor providing the ideal vantage point with which to appreciate the unobstructed views of the Reservoir.

Enter through a gracious foyer into a stately, 40 foot long gallery. Two spacious bedrooms, both with ensuite bathrooms, over-sized windows, and plentiful closet space are accessed off of the gallery. The large-scale living room sits at the end of the grandiose hallway, and boasts a wood burning fireplace and two picture windows framing the treetops of Central Park. Situated off of the living room is a lovely wood-paneled library, which could easily be used as a third bedroom.

The elegant dining room is thoughtfully situated between the living room and enormous kitchen, which boasts a generous laundry room, staff room/home office and full bathroom.

Built in 1926 and designed by noted luxury apartment architect J.E.R. Carpenter, 1115 Fifth Avenue is considered to be one of the finest buildings in Carnegie Hill. This exclusive full service, pet friendly co-op offers not only a fabulous staff but a gym, storage and bike rooms. Please note only 35% financing is allowed and the buyer pays a 2% flip tax.

3
beds

3
baths

2,820 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

Leighton Candler

Leighton Candler

Jennifer A. Reardon

Jennifer A. Reardon

Julia Kay Goodman

Julia Kay Goodman

Features & Amenities

Interior

  • total bedrooms3
  • Total bathrooms3
  • full bathrooms3

Area & Lot

  • Status Sold
  • Living Area2,820 Sq.Ft.
  • TypeCO_OP
  • YEAR BUILT1926

Financial

  • Sales Price$5,300,000
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