FIFTH AVENUE TRIPLEX JUST REDUCED TO $19,750,000!The Building 817 Fifth Avenue, one of the City s most elegant and coveted addresses, was built during the mid-1920s. Housing only 16 homes within 14 stories, the limestone Italian Renaissance building, designed by George B. Post & Sons, it is considered one of most beautiful buildings in Manhattan. The Triplex, 1W2, offers a private entrance at 816 Fifth Avenue complete with a beautiful ornate wrought iron fence inset with gold medallions, which flanks the private walkway to the home. Outside of the entrance, along Fifth Avenue, is the largest and deepest landscaped garden in the neighborhood. Upon entry, one encounters a grand foyer with entrances into a master suite, an extraordinary library/study, and a magnificent spiral staircase to the main floor of the property. Additionally, there is a stairway to the lower level, which includes an Empire Safe vault. The Living Space of this stunning and unique home contains more than 15 rooms of expansive living space and more than 30 oversized windows, approximately 75 feet of which are along Fifth Avenue overlooking Central Park. On the west side of the main floor is the spacious living room, which contains three oversized picture windows, custom moldings and a wood-burning fireplace with rich mahogany wood double doors that open to a large formal dining room. The southeastern portion of this floor contains the gourmet eat-in chef s kitchen, a commercial-grade Viking range, double sinks, a Thermador oven, and a Miele dishwasher. On the northern portion of the main floor are three large bedrooms, all with windowed en suite bathrooms. The en suite bath is complete with steam shower and imported marble finishes leading to an impressive walk-in-closet and dressing room. The master bedroom has four large windows overlooking Central Park and 63rd Street. Completing the floor is a full bath, laundry room and pantry, as well as a room used originally for staff quarters -- perfect
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