EXPANSIVE VIEWS OF CENTRAL PARK & BEYOND
Huge high-floor duplex in the South Tower of the Time Warner Condominium. Enter through the 70th floor Gallery and walk into a loft-like Living Room with floor-to-ceiling windows offering views directly onto Columbus Circle, Central Park, and beyond to the North and East. Adjacent is a Formal Dining Room with a full en-suite bath, allowing the space to also be used as a library, office, or guest bedroom. Approximately 3,491 square feet of living space includes 3 upstairs bedrooms and a large cook's kitchen outfitted with Carrera marble countertops and backsplash, Subzero double refrigerator and wine refrigerator, Miele double oven, dishwasher, and washer/dryer, and 5-burner gas range and cabinetry by Varenna.
There are a total of five marble bathrooms plus a guest powder room. The Master Suite includes his and hers walk in closets, as well as his and hers separate bathrooms. Bedrooms 2 and 3 also have their own en-suite bathrooms. The floors are quarter sawn white oak throughout, and the ceiling height is just shy of 10 feet. Travel between the two floors in your own private elevator located next to the beautiful wooden stairwell.
The kitchen and bathrooms are all in excellent original condition. 25 Columbus Circle, built in 2003, offers its residents a host of top-notch amenities including Club 51's business center, screening room, party room, gym, massage room, children's playroom, and beautiful planted sundeck.
There is also access to the 5-Star Mandarin Oriental Spa facility in the North Tower, as well as a 75-foot lap pool and garage. 25 Columbus Circle is a luxury white-glove destination with 24-hour service provided by doormen, concierges, and valet. Apartment 70B is also available for rent asking $32,000/month.
Yes, I adore this place--esp the floor to ceiling windows, because I love light. Actually, I'd like this as a 2nd home. Anyway, off to bed with dreams of winning the lottery to buy this home. ;)
Good night, sweet world.
Monday, July 27, 2009
Babbled by Cher Ferroggiaro at 10:06 PM