The spectacular location and breathtaking interior design define this majestic mansion situated in the classy Upper East Side of Manhattan. With Central Park just footsteps away and easy access to the neighborhood’s select restaurants, galleries and theaters, this modern residence offers the ultimate luxury in a highly coveted area.
Located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Madison Square, this $67 million townhouse was recently transformed by Pierre Yves Rochon and Thierry W Despont Ltd., making it one of the finest homes in Manhattan. With its sumptuous architecture and extravagant interior design, the property is the definition of masterpiece.
Sprawling over 13,000 square feet interior space and 6 floors, the mansion features an internal elevator that connects each level, from the basement all the way to the roof garden. The upper, generous terrace is the perfect place to get together with your friends and enjoy a warm summer evening.
With 7 bedrooms and 10.5 bathrooms, this mansion offers a generous space fit for those who love to entertain and have people over. The first floor has a reception gallery and a chef’s kitchen with a spacious island bench and stone countertops. There is also separate space for the staff quarters.
The residence builds on the following floors starting with a media room, a living room, and a library. Complete with a separate dining space, a generous closet, and a deluxe bathroom, the master suite stretches over an entire floor. The cherry on top of the cake is the private garden terrace.
If you’re looking for the best way to relax after a busy day in the city, the resort-style fitness center on the cellar level is the best choice. Equipped with a massage room, a steam room, a swimming pool, and a gymnasium, the space offers an exclusive oasis of tranquility. The area also has an entertainment zone with a customized wet bar that’s perfect for a pool party.
A hallmark of innovation, the house is equipped with a security system that includes Creston temperature and humidification control, a keyless entry, and radiant heat. The unique blend of craftsmanship, attention to detail, and luxurious features make this mansion one of the most remarkable residences on Fifth Avenue.
Images: Will Ellis, courtesy of The Corcoran Group